News: Operation Weeting, new suspected hacking conspiracy, six more arrests [Updated]

13 02 2013

News of the WorldThe Metropolitan police have announced that Operation Weeting detectives have “identified a further suspected conspiracy to intercept telephone voicemails by a number of employees who worked for the now defunct News of the World newspaper“. Read the rest of this entry »





Australia: Question Time – Interview with Peter Bartlett

13 02 2013

gazetteMinter Ellison partner Peter Bartlett has been at the top of the media law game for decades, instructing an enviable list of media companies. He agreed to share his thoughts on many matters – including defamation, privacy, phone-hacking, media regulation, protection of sources, super-injunctions, suppression orders and the vexations of anti-discrimination legislation Read the rest of this entry »





Journalisted, week ending 10 February 2013, Chris Huhne, Gay Marriage and fishing reform

13 02 2013

JournalistedJournalisted is an independent, not-for-profit website built to make it easier for the public, to find out more about journalists and what they write about. It is run by the Media Standards Trust. It collects information automatically from the websites of British news outlets. Articles are indexed by journalist, based on the byline to the article. Keywords and statistics are automatically generated, and the site searches for any blogs or social bookmarking sites linking to each article. Read the rest of this entry »