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- RT @RenZephyr: That's Grand / Ah, now, don't push it / Right new you're takin the piss @daraobriain taxonomy of Irish law #gikii 16 hours ago
- Caroline adapting "Dara's" model of law to crossword community to explain norms and rules of crosswords - allows continued review #gikii 17 hours ago
- Caroline Wilson now on crossword communities. starting w. the origin of ground rules, dvlpment of niche areas w. national traditions #gikii 17 hours ago
- methodology issues for studying bitcoin - anon community etc. Set out in @ChrisTMarsden @technollama paper #gikii 17 hours ago
- Now robot judges by Anna Ronkainen #gikii. Reminds me of arduino gavel bashing judge created at @ScraperWiki hackday way back 20 hours ago
- The Herald [Zimbabwe]: Fib law struck off statutes: bit.ly/1pKIsTz #medialaw 1 month ago
- RT @TimesLaw: Total clear out of law officers with both Dominic Grieve and Oliver Heald gone in reshuffle. Who is in charge overnight? #re… 1 month ago
- Press Gazette: Ten ways to ensure you don't get sued for libel (from Press Gazette's Defamation 2014... bit.ly/1ou3ANb #medialaw 1 month ago
- Mishcon: Defamation clarity for Parliamentary Privilege once again after a twenty year detour?: bit.ly/1oso6O4 #medialaw 1 month ago
- RT @nickycain: 2nd reading of the Deregulation Bill (with media & comms provisions) in the House of Lords after 14:30 today: http://t.co/IN… 1 month ago
Monthly Archives: March 2011
This week’s mop up comes in a snatched break at the The Monroe E. Price International Media Law Moot Court Competition in Oxford organised by the Programme in Comparative Media Law & Policy. There are 27 international teams of law … Continue reading
A busy few days has condensed / delayed this week’s round up but here’s a quick summary of the must read media law news … Defamation Press Gazette>>MPs: Libel reform needs to stop companies suing Inforrm>>Opinion: “Defamation: clarification or negotiation?” … Continue reading
A topic Meeja Law will keep returning to. Read Lord Neuberger’s speech on ‘Open Justice Unbound’. Read Adam Wagner’s round-up post on the UK Human Rights Blog. Please comment here, there, or get in touch via email@example.com to get this … Continue reading
The Solicitors From Hell legal saga continues. Since the start of 2010 there have been 15 cases against the name-and-shame site’s owner, Rick Kordowski, with four currently awaiting permission to appeal. The outcome of only four cases is known, with … Continue reading
In November 2010, leading academics, lawyers and journalists gathered at City University London to discuss the future of libel reform at the Reframing Libel event. A book of working papers is soon to be published. In the meantime, to coincide … Continue reading
One of the highlights for me at Tuesday’s Defamation & Privacy conference was a speedy history of super injunctions by Gillian Phillips, director of editorial legal services for the Guardian. It built on a presentation by One Brick Court’s Manuel … Continue reading
The Meeja Law must-read feeds (see @medialawUK & @meejalaw on Twitter) are clogged up with defamation stories this week, following the government’s publication of its draft bill. Here are a selection of those articles, plus a few other topics defining … Continue reading
Yesterday I raised some questions about new site ICorrect, asking where it fitted into the libel / media regulation picture. For those who missed the story, a new site was launched allowing correctors, who pay $1,000 a year ($5,000 for … Continue reading
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