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Inforrm's Blog Media law news this week was dominated by the Tulisa privacy injunction and the long-awaited judgment in Flood v TimesNewspapers. Tulisa used a YouTube video, which has now attracted over 3.5 million views, to “set the record straight” … Continue reading