England: In Ongoing Crusade for Privacy, Residents of Glass Condos Sue Tate

Last year, residents of London’s glass-walled Neo Bankside condo complex adjacent to Tate Modern’s new Switch House wing complained that the museum’s visitors were violating their privacy. In addition to offering sweeping vistas of central London, the new Tate building’s observation deck offers clear views directly into the flashy flats. Now, five Neo Bankside residents are suing Tate, claiming the museum has effectively placed them under “near constant surveillance,” turning their lives into “public exhibits” and their apartments into “goldfish bowls,     Read the article…………..


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