The Inforrm Blog has now been going for nearly 3 years. Yesterday we reached another milestone – 1,500 posts. We have published more that 500 new posts in 2012. And contrary to which might have been the recent impression, not all of them have been about the Leveson Inquiry.
We would like to thank the many people who have contributed to the success of the blog over this period and particularly those who have written for us over the past three years years.
There are too many to thank individually but we would like to mention Jude Townend (for her contributions and “round ups”) and also regular contributors Brian Cathcart, Eddie Craven, Dominic Crossley and Kirsten Sjovoll. Particular thanks go to Benjamin Pell for his assistance and steady flow of information and tips on the latest media law developments.
We thought that it might be of interest to readers to highlight, once again, our most popular posts – along with some of the early, less visible ones which may be unfamiliar to those who have only recently started reading the blog. These are some of the less visible posts which we thought might be of interest to new readers: