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- MT @_UoWCIR: CIR & @infolawcentre launching online open access journal 'Information Rights, Policy & Practice’ Send us yr ideas! #trilcon15 1 hour ago
- O’Hara pre-empts my title for this afternoon - 'is data protection the new libel'? #TRILCon15 4 hours ago
- At #trilcon15 @_UoWCIR in sunny Winchester: full programme here. Will tweet a bit from @infolawcentre bit.ly/1FblX4X 4 hours ago
- RT @DavidErdos: @infolawcentre Recordings from @cambridgelaw #dpnet15 #eudatap after #googlespain conference now available http://t.co/WDBJ… 18 hours ago
- Analysis by @CampaignFoI on explicit mentions of FoI in party manifestos bit.ly/1PXm6wW 4 days ago
- RT @JTownend: ...contacted by @igavels about inappropriate use of gavel in @meejalaw logo … there’s a Tumblr of course: http://t.co/o3EERPG… 4 months ago
- [Scotland] COPFS: Guidance on cases involving Communications sent via Social Media: bit.ly/1zgEoBh #medialaw 4 months ago
- [Scotland] COPFS release: Crown Office sets out social media prosecution policy: bit.ly/1zEniLY #medialaw 4 months ago
- RT @infolawcentre: New post: An open and linkable Leveson report… inspiration for legal and policy documents? bit.ly/1xWxXEC cc @ro… 4 months ago
- RT @IndexCensorship: #PressRegulation in the #UK? Share your thoughts with @impressproject today 3-4pm GMT http://t.co/iwi8jFEpf6 5 months ago
Tag Archives: opendemocracy
There’s an excellent piece by Paul Lashmar, investigative journalist and lecturer at Brunel University, on openDemocracy this week, examining the role of – and implications for – investigative journalism in the recent ‘BBC debacle’. I was particularly interested in the … Continue reading