Tag Archives: open justice in the digital era

Privacy and restrictions on disclosure in Tribunals

As a postscript to my post on open courts and the ‘right to be forgotten’: PA Media Lawyer has highlighted that a new Rule 50 of the Employment Tribunal Regulations 2013 stipulates a new provision for “Privacy and restrictions on … Continue reading

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Opening the court doors online (as well as on TV)

It is expected that today’s Queen’s Speech will contain the government’s plans for allowing cameras in court – albeit it limited to summing up and sentencing in selected courts [update: it does]. But what about opening up justice online? The new issue of … Continue reading

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