The recent High Court ruling on the Cliff Richard case https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-44871799 gives me a little hope for teachers still working in the UK where malicious accusations abound Quote " Today's judgement is very significant. The judge found it was not merely the BBC's use of helicopter pictures which breached Sir Cliff's right to privacy. The simple naming of Sir Cliff as a suspect in the police investigation amounted to a breach of his privacy. It means, going forward, people who are suspects in police investigations, save in exceptional circumstances, are entitled to reasonably expect the matter is kept private and not covered by the media." Quote The article goes on to whine about freedom of the press. But the crux of the matter is that the press should not be reporting until after the person is charged.