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    FILE - In this Saturday, June 29, 2013 file photo, British musician Paul Weller performs at the Hard Rock Calling Festival in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London. Paul Weller has won a privacy lawsuit against a newspaper that published paparazzi pictures of the singer's children. The former front man of The Jam and The Style Council sued Associated Newspapers over images of his daughter Dylan and twin sons John Paul and Bowie that appeared on its MailOnline website. Dylan was 16 and the twins 10 months old when the pictures, taken during a shopping trip in Santa Monica, were published in 2012. Judge James Dingemans ruled Wednesday that although publishing the pictures was legal in California, they "were published in circumstances where Dylan, Bowie and John Paul had a reasonable expectation of privacy." He awarded a total of 10,000 pounds ($17,000) to the children. MailOnline said it was "deeply disappointed" by the ruling and intended to appeal. (Photo by Jonathan Short/Invision/AP, file)


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    FILE - In this Saturday, June 29, 2013 file photo, British musician Paul Weller performs at the Hard Rock Calling Festival in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London. Paul Weller has won a privacy lawsuit against a newspaper that published paparazzi pictures of the singer's children. The former front man of The Jam and The Style Council sued Associated Newspapers over images of his daughter Dylan and twin sons John Paul and Bowie that appeared on its MailOnline website. Dylan was 16 and the twins 10 months old when the pictures, taken during a shopping trip in Santa Monica, were published in 2012. Judge James Dingemans ruled Wednesday that although publishing the pictures was legal in California, they "were published in circumstances where Dylan, Bowie and John Paul had a reasonable expectation of privacy." He awarded a total of 10,000 pounds ($17,000) to the children. MailOnline said it was "deeply disappointed" by the ruling and intended to appeal. (Photo by Jonathan Short/Invision/AP, file)



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    FILE - In this Oct. 16, 2003 file photo Archbishop Stanislaw Dziwisz assists a waving Pope John Paul II during a special audience in the Paul VI Hall at the Vatican. Poles are divided between praise and condemnation of John Paul II’s secretary for publishing the late pope’s personal notes against his last will and testament. John Paul ordered the notes burned after his death and put his trusted confidant, the Rev. Dziwisz, in charge of the task. To everyone’s surprise, Dziwisz, now a cardinal, said recently that he “did not have the courage” to destroy the notes and is having them published as a precious insight into the inner life of the beloved pontiff, who will be declared a saint in April. (AP Photo/Plinio Lepri, File)



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