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News - Lord Hunt: Journalism is already 'subject to the most extensive legal inhibitions, guidance and codes' – Judith Townend

Reblogged from Inforrm's Blog: There is no need for statutory media regulation because there are a whole range of statutory controls that presently exist, Lord Hunt of Wirral said at the launch of the new edition of McNae’s Essential Law … Continue reading

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Law and Media Round Up – 2 April 2012

Reblogged from Inforrm's Blog: The former chairman of the Indian Premier League Lalit Modi has been ordered to pay £90,000 damages in a libel action brought by cricketer Chris Cairns, over tweets published in early 2010. As Gervase de Wilde … Continue reading

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Geoffrey Robertson QC: Press 'must do better to protect open justice'

Reblogged from Law, Justice and Journalism: By PA Media Lawyer The press needs to lift its game if the principle of open justice is to be maintained, a senior QC has warned. Part of the rationale for open justice was … Continue reading

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Leveson Inquiry Day One – the tweets

On format… “ Excellent! Leveson Inquiry hearings into press regulation showing live from 10:30 today – see… /via @LegalWeek Adam Wagner November 14, 2011 3:48:24 AM EST ReplyRetweet Linking to mainstream media… “ Good. MT @BBCr4today “representation of tabloid … Continue reading

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