Media law & ethics for online publishers, collected and written by Judith Townend (@jtownend)
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- RT @PaulbernalUK: Just found the details of my forthcoming book online… Internet Privacy Rights…. publication due March 2014 http://t.co/2J… 3 hours ago
- RT @CampaignFoI: @CampaignFOI was launched in January 1984. To celebrate 30 years campaigning for #FOI, we've launched a new website http:/… 10 hours ago
- "Using the rhetoric of press freedom to thwart free speech" by @martinjemoore via @onfreespeech bit.ly/1cQvkbg 10 hours ago
- Qs re CoP/fam transparency MT @julie_doughty who will decide which to publish? where?how will cases be accessed & who will pay for all this? 1 day ago
- RT @GdnLaw: .@JoshuaRozenberg sheds light on latest in 'forced caesarian' case. Sir James Munby: it must lead to greater openness http://t.… 1 day ago
- RT @CanLII: BAILII looking to hire a Deputy Director - rare oppt to support free access to UK law jobs.ac.uk/job/AHT933/dep… h/t @cottinstef 3 hours ago
- Ministerial changes at Ministry of Justice, December 2013 - Press release: bit.ly/JHCHaP #medialaw 5 hours ago
- New book: From Theory to Practice: How to Assess and Apply Impartiality in News and Current Affairs: bit.ly/1c0nID0 #medialaw 9 hours ago
- Free Speech Debate, Martin Moore: Using the rhetoric of press freedom to thwart free speech: bit.ly/1c0nICR #medialaw 9 hours ago
- RT @mediareformUK: A guide to press freedom in the age of mass surveillance: tinyurl.com/o7z6c7a #NSA #GCHQ #PressFreedom #Leveson 10 hours ago
Tag Archives: legal protection for bloggers
I’ve previously written about Leveson’s online elephant (as had Index on Censorship’s Marta Cooper before me). As the debate intensifies over the shape of ‘press’ regulation (the key question is whether or not a new regulator should be underpinned by … Continue reading →