Inforrm – Top Posts of the Last Quarter and Two Polls

23 10 2011

Since our launch in January 2010 we have had nearly 900 posts and 700,000 page views.   In the first ten months of 2011, we have had nearly 450 posts on Inforrm on the usual range of topics – privacy, libel, media regulation and international. 

We thought it would be of interest to our readers to see what posts had been most popular over the recent months.  And we thought it was time for a couple of new polls.

The Top Ten posts for the last quarter have been

Harassment and injunctions: Cheryl Cole – Natalie Peck

News: Hemming MP’s “super injunction victim” named as sex abuse fabricator

Case Law: Thornton v Telegraph Media Group, an offer of amends defence fails – Hugh Tomlinson QC

The Trafigura Story: who guards the Guardian? – Nigel Tait

Access to Law Online: Ten of the best free resources – Judith Townend

Inforrm Media Law Quiz of the Year – 2010

Law and Media Round Up – 3 October 2011

Freedom of expression: is filming the police in public a fundamental right? – Hugh Tomlinson QC

News: Max Mosley and a French criminal complaint against News of the World and Neville Thurlbeck

“The cases of Vanessa Perroncel and John Terry – a curious legal affair” – Dominic Crossley


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24 10 2011
Law and Media Round Up – 24 October 2011 « Inforrm's Blog

[…] Inforrm Top Posts of the Last Quarter and Two Polls. Our analytics show that Natalie Peck’s report on Cheryl Cole, harassment and injunctions topped the Inforrm chart in the last quarter. Plus, two polls asking what readers would like to see covered on Inforrm. […]

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