Last month was the busiest ever on Inforrm, with over 60,000 page views. We reach another milestone in February, passing 1,000 posts. We would like to thank our readers for their continuing interest in the blog. We would also like to thank all those who wrote for the blog and to remind readers that we welcome posts on media and legal issues from all perspectives.
In addition, to comments and thoughts on current events and recent cases we are also interested in drawing attention to new academic work in our areas of interest. Anyone who is interested in contributing should get in touch at with Inforrm at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We also welcome suggestions from readers on cases or topics which we should be covering and suggestions for re-posts or new links on our home page.
The 10 most viewed new posts in February 2012 were
- A load of hype? The phone hacking scandal may be bigger than we thought – Brian Cathcart
- If a Bulger killer was hacked, how did Mulcaire get his top secret number? – Brian Cathcart
- Opinion: “The Sun has eroded British justice, fairness and freedom: now it is feeling the effects” – Julian Petley
- Media law academic articles round up, the past 6 months – Judith Townend
- Case Law: Von Hannover v Germany (No.2) – Unclear clarification and unappreciated margins – Kirsten Sjøvoll
- News: Cabinet Minister’s 17 year old son gets privacy injunction but not anonymity – Keith Mathieson
- News: “Twitter Joke” Case goes to the High Court – Gervase de Wilde
- Case Law: Růžový Panter, OS v Czech Republic: Anti-Corruption NGO defamation case, no violation of Article 10
- Twitter Libel Actions in Three Jurisdictions – Courtney Love, Chris Cairns, Joseph Meggitt
- News: Axel Springer and Von Hannover – Victory for the Media in the Grand Chamber