Personality rights versus right to freedom of artistic expression
The Austrian Supreme Court recently expressed its opinion on the extent to which a politician is entitled to his or her personality rights. In this case, the plaintiff was the long-serving Austrian minister of finance who took action against the use of his initials ‘KHG’ for a board game intended to raise public awareness of corruption.
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