Parenting in cyberspace – Susan Breen

14 03 2014

cyberspace-small-bannerThis article very much flows from the article written by Chandni Rani on the Online Safety Bill, posted on 3 March and is an attempt to provide a view from the parenting front line. Interestingly my own experience very much mirrors the view of Leslie Haddon in his response of 12 March namely that parents are, as I am, trying to engage, and it would seem from the research they are achieving results.   Read the rest of this entry »





Phone Hacking Trial: Former NOTW royal reporter, Coulson was “bullying” and “menacing” – Martin Hickman

14 03 2014

Clive GoodmanDay 68, Part 2: Andy Coulson was “bullying” and “menacing” while editing the News of the World, former royal reporter Clive Goodman told the hacking trial yesterday. Read the rest of this entry »





Case Law: R (BSkyB) v The Commissioner of Police, Police bid to obtain journalistic material refused – Rosalind English

14 03 2014

Metropolitan PoliceOn 12 March 2014, the Supreme Court gave judgment in the case of R (on the application of BSkyB) v Commissioner of Police ([2014] UKSC 17). This was an appeal from a ruling by the Administrative Court that it was procedurally unfair, and therefore unlawful, for BSkyB to have had a disclosure order made against it without full access to the evidence on which the police’s case was based and the opportunity to comment on or challenge that evidence. Read the rest of this entry »