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Day: 25 August 2010

Opinion: “Privacy and the Daily Telegraph” – Dominic Crossley

The Daily Telegraph began its front-page article entitled “Privacy law to stop rise in gagging orders by judges (17 August 2010)  as follows “Britain could get its first privacy law to stop judges creating one by stealth through the courts a justice minister said yesterday”.  The Justice Minister interviewed by the Telegraph is Liberal Democrat peer Lord McNally.  Very brief extracts from that interview are published in the article that spans the front page and page 2 of the newspaper. Continue reading

Welcome Back to the Inforrm Blog

Today the Inforrm blog returns from its summer break – we would like to welcome readers back to our discussions of the whole range of issues concerning media law and responsibility.   We hope that, like us, everyone has returned refreshed after their summer break.  August is a quiet month in English courts and in those of most other jurisdictions.  The “media legal” stories have been limited to a number of “silly season” stories about privacy injunctions – of which, more later in the week.  Continue reading

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