In a recent judgment in the case of T O. S v Maseno University & 3 others  eKLR, the High Court ruled that the publication or use of the images of an individual without his consent violates that person’s right to privacy. The Petitioner, in another suit, had sued the 4th Respondent together with Riley Falcony Security Services Limited and the Public Procurement Oversight Authority (PPOA) over the security tender in respect to Maseno University, the 1st Respondent. The Petitioner averred that among the documents exhibited by the 4th Respondent in that suit included the medical records containing the names and photographs of his wife and children who were minors. It also contained work details of the Petitioner’s wife and their place of residence.