I’m afraid I don’t have time to do this week’s round up, as I’m busy with academic research and writing about Lord Neuberger’s new report on super injunctions.
A report of the press conference will be appearing on the Inforrm blog soon (I painstakingly transcribed the Master of the Rolls’ and Lord Chief Justice’s comments before finding the full transcript online) and also see my pieces here:
- Index on Censorship>> Should press be gagged when reporting Parliament?
- Guardian>> Lord Neuberger’s report cuts through super injunction hysteria
I’ll be back with the normal round up next week. The media law fun continues.
UPDATE: My report and transcript for the Inforrm blog can be found here. Response to the committee’s report is mixed to say the least; another Inforrm post finds it “thorough, thoughtful but not the last word,” while the Daily Mail calls it “a dark day for open justice”. Meanwhile, Twitter’s role in all this is back in the headlines; Channel 4’s Krishnan Guru-Murthy reflects on that here.