There are many benefits of arbitration, including, but not limited to, the ability for the parties to dictate how the arbitrator will decide the dispute and what types of evidence they will consider. A confidentiality agreement should specify at least: Douglas v. Hello! and Campbell v. MGN, Ltd. shows the confusing state of English data protection legislation. Due to the impact of treaty rights on English law, “data protection law” mixes act, contract, fairness and regulatory law, which makes it possible to conclude a data protection breach on the basis of the theory of breach of trust and seems to indicate that contractual rights may prevail over rights to freedom of expression. However, for the purposes of this essay, the Douglas decisions in respect of Campbell are important because they show that (i) the English courts are uncomfortable dealing with data protection issues; (ii) the outcome of a case may depend on whether the interest to be protected is privacy or money; and (iii) that, even under confusing English data protection law, it is generally accepted that the level of privacy is proportionately linked to a celebrity`s reasonable expectation of privacy. . . .