"Dean Prosser, noted that 'invasion of the right of privacy' mixed four distinct wrongs, related not by similarity of defendants' acts but only by "the interest of the individual in leading, to some reasonable extent, a secluded and private life, free from the prying eyes, ears and publications of others."
J. Hans Linde in Anderson v. Fisher Broadcasting Cos., 300 Ore. 452, 712 .2d 803, 12 Media L. Rep. 1604 (Or. 1986)
PUBLICATION OF PRIVATE FACTS
PLAINTIFF MUST SHOW:
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