The Inforrm blog is taking a break from regular posting over Easter. The Senior Courts (High Court, Court of Appeal and Supreme Court) are closed until 29 April 2014. Parliament is not sitting again until 28 April 2014. The Phone Hacking Trial will resume on 22 April 2014. We will have our next “Law and Media Round up” on 28 April 2012.
We will however, continue to have the occasional post over the next two weeks – catching up with some “Case Comments” and with some important news items. As usual, we invite posts from readers on “Media and Law” topics. Contact us via the Inforrm email: email@example.com. And please let us know by email if there are topics which you think we should be covering more (or less).
We have now published over 2,400 posts and have had nearly 2.1 million page views. The Inforrm twitter feed (@Inforrm) now has over 2,300 followers. Thank you again to all our contributors, readers, subscribers and followers.
The top 10 posts of the year so far were as follows:
- Phone Hacking Trial: Brooks agreed £200,000 deal with Max Clifford to settle hacking lawsuit – Martin Hickman
- Privacy and Defamation, Strasbourg blurs the boundaries – Hugh Tomlinson QC
- Afghan wins refuge from Daily Express – Athalie Matthews
- Privilege and reporting the contents of documents read by the court – Hugh Tomlinson QC
- Case Law, Strasbourg: Lillo-Stenberg and Sæther v. Norway, “Paparazzi” photographs of wedding did not violate Article 8 – Hugh Tomlinson QC
- The Statistics the Press Complaints Commission Would Rather You Didn’t See – Brian Cathcart
- Defamation Act 2013: The value of corporate reputation – Peter Coe
- Case Law, Strasbourg: Ruusunen v Finland, The Private of Life of a Prime Minister – Dominic Crossley
- Hidden in the Deregulation Bill: is this another backdoor threat to journalism? – Gill Phillips
- Presidential affair: a close friend, a Closer enemy – Alexia Bedat