The 10-floor viewing terrace of the Tate Modern art gallery in London has a 360-degree view of the city, including some of its most famous landmarks, but also into the private lives of residents of luxury apartments in a neighboring building.
The owners of four apartments in the building sued gallery in 2017 claiming a “relentless” invasion of privacy. They are seeking an injunction that would require the gallery either to restrict access to parts of the terrace adjacent to their homes or to erect a screen. On Friday, a court began hearing their case.
Source: You Can See What? Neighbors Take Tate Modern to Court Over Privacy – The New York Times