Meghan Markle is trending on Twitter for all the right reasons after Britain Mail on Sunday publicly accepted defeat in its nearly three-year privacy legal battle.
The post printed a front-page legal notice, with a court-ordered headline, where it accepted Meghan’s legal victory.
“The Duchess of Sussex wins copyright infringement case against Associated Newspapers over articles published in The Mail on Sunday and published on Mail Online,” read the front page notice on Sunday.
âFollowing a hearing on January 19 and 20, 2021, and a new hearing on May 5, 2021, the Court rendered judgment in favor of the Duchess of Sussex on her copyright infringement claim. The court found that Associated Newspapers infringed its copyright by posting extracts from his handwritten letter to his father in The Mail on Sunday and Mail Online. Financial solutions have been agreed “, we can read.
After the notice was published, many accused the publication of choosing to make it on one of the quieter days of newspaper buying by internet users.
As a result, the #MeghanMarkleWon hashtag started to catch on on Twitter.
âDear friends of SussexSquad, we are going to make this a trend. the Mos wanted to hide it by publishing it on Boxing Day. He wanted no one to notice it, but now you’re going to make it look like a trend. SussexSquad retweet and sign with this, âone user wrote.
Meghan Markle on the front page of the Mail victorious over her enemies. The British media gritting its teeth with rage did everything to crush her. The complicity of the royal family is undeniable – they should have supported her but once again the failed #MeghanMarkleWon His work here is done! âa second user wrote.
“I just find it glorious that the Daily Mail thought it could hide Meghan’s win at the bottom of the page on their slowest selling day of the year, but the #sussexsquad had other plans,” wrote one other.