Monday miscellaneous

In case you were wondering where the Meeja Law mop-ups had disappeared to, I’ve been doing the weekly round ups for the Inforrm media law blog. The latest one can be found here. It reports latest developments in media law, regulation, events, with relevant case lists.  If you have items for inclusion, please email jt.townend [at] gmail.com.

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In other news, Paul Bradshaw’s Help Me Investigate has launched its new ‘Networks’ project. Investigations are not hosted in one central place, but on different topic sites, with a spreadsheet directing you to investigations elsewhere.

The project is launching with a focus on 3 areas: Education, Health and Welfare. We’ll be providing tips from practising journalists, updates on ongoing investigations, and useful documents and data.

More here.

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