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Firstly privacy is violated through entry on the plaintiff 's phisycal and intimate secludedness, secondly through publication in conflict with generally accepted values of decency, thirdly through publication which places the plaintiff in a false light and fourthly through unauthorised use of the plaintiff 's image for commercial gain.
While the former invokes feelings of belonging, shelter, and secludedness the latter--a recent combination that has not been attested in the Bank of English pre-September 2001--is all about the need to protect, vulnerability, and the feeling of other people wanting to attack.
This is the third main characteristic of play: its secludedness, its limitedness.