Media law mop up: Facebook contempt; Giggs' phone hacking claim; Broccoli wins libel payout

A juror has become the first person in Britain to be convicted for contempt of court involving the internet, reportedly widely in the press. Meanwhile plenty of libel-related news: a payout for Bond producer Barbara Broccoli, a row between the Argus in Brighton and the local council, and Bahrain complains about coverage in the Independent.

Contempt

Libel

Media regulation

Phone hacking

Privacy injunctions

Copyright

Reporting restrictions

Freedom of expression

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One Response to Media law mop up: Facebook contempt; Giggs' phone hacking claim; Broccoli wins libel payout

  1. Pingback: Law and Media Round Up – 20 June 2011 « Inforrm's Blog

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