Schoolboy in TalkTalk case can take identity challenge case

News Letter reports:

A Co Antrim schoolboy arrested over the TalkTalk cyber attack has won the right to challenge an alleged failure to implement legislation that would protect him from media identification.

He was granted leave at the High Court in Belfast today to seek to judicially review the Department of Justice over claims it has done nothing about a law prohibiting the press from naming juveniles suspected of crimes before they are charged.

A judge ruled that the 15-year-old has established an arguable case that the situation breached his right to privacy.

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