Since writing this, there have already been new developments in the unfolding crisis at the BBC following its Newsnight programme on child abuse. But this is the media law week that was, rounded up here:
Media law & ethics for online publishers, collected and written by Judith Townend (@jtownend)
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- RT @public_i: Bloggers, online journos: please take a look at @jtownend's survey on legal experiences of online publishers http://t.co/3qaF… 2 hours ago
- Thanks to @jsmackenzie for comment on survey: research shld look at understandings of "just" legal process bit.ly/10fUKcW 1 day ago
- RT @lilianedwards: blogs.journalism.co.uk/2013/05/20/tip… useful for interpreting yr RTs! 1 day ago
- Freedom of expression in copyright protection? IFJ raises concerns about Article 19 Right to Share principles bit.ly/10fS5jw 1 day ago
- In Parliament - 22 May 12pm, Short Debate – Media plurality in the light of the Leveson Report bit.ly/10HuXGe cc @LSEmediapolicy 1 day ago
- RT @rjamesjones: Last call for @bbcpanorama on Hillsborough. It's been a long time in the making. If you want to know what happened that da… 15 hours ago
- FT.com (££) >> Journalists complain of ‘Leveson effect’ on ties with police: on.ft.com/16EJuLy #medialaw 20 hours ago
- Evening Standard>> The Met gagged Leveson Inquiry over claims that one of Blair’s top officers sold ... bit.ly/1147kx8 #medialaw 1 day ago
- RPC>> No breach of privacy in publication of information that child's father is a prominent politici... bit.ly/16DrgKm #medialaw 1 day ago
- RT @Alesia148: No breach of privacy to say baby's father a prominent politician bailii.org/ew/cases/EWHC/… 1 day ago