Monthly Archives: September 2011

Free speech complexities for Scottish bill

A parliamentary bill in Scotland intends to “tackle sectarian hatred and other offensive and threatening behaviour” related to football matches, but critics are worried about its implications for fans’ freedom of expression. The proposed Act would create two new criminal … Continue reading

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Guardian editorial calls for digital open justice

Welcome back to Meeja Law, after a long break. I won’t be rounding up all the news we missed over the past few weeks, but check @medialawUK on Twitter for a stream of recent stories. Jeremy Vine’s reading, so should … Continue reading

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