Sun Six Trial: Sun News Editor questioned over falling public trust – Martin Hickman

18 11 2014

SunThe Sun’s head of news denied that falling public trust in the police, prison service and Broadmoor high security hospital was simply “collateral damage” for the newspaper’s news-gathering operation. Read the rest of this entry »





HMRC Leak Trial: Sun Journalist denies trying to discover tax details of war hero

18 11 2014

Old_bailey_signA Sun journalist denied in court today that she attempted to discover the confidential tax affairs of a decorated war hero. Read the rest of this entry »





Sun Six Trial: Sun Executives were in fear of another “tirade” from Rebekah Brooks – Martin Hickman

18 11 2014

Rebekah BrooksSun executives challenged little about the way the paper operated because they were in fear of another “tirade” from editor Rebekah Brooks, its news editor told the Sun corruption trial today. Read the rest of this entry »





Sun Six Trial: Nothing Changed at The Sun after Editor told MPS it made payments to the police – Martin Hickman

18 11 2014

Kingston Crown CourtNothing changed at Rupert Murdoch’s biggest newspaper after its editor told MPs that it made payments to police, a court heard yesterday. Read the rest of this entry »





Do we remember the point of the “right to be forgotten”? – Paul Bernal

18 11 2014

Google ForgottenWhen the CJEU’s ruling in the Google Spain case (Google Spain SL, Google Inc v Agencia Española de Protección de Datos, Mario Costeja González) appeared on 13 May 2014 it sent shockwaves through the internet. Almost no-one had expected it, partly because it was almost the diametric opposite of the opinion of the Advocate General a little less than a year before, but more because it seemed, to some at least, to have enormous implications not just for Google but for the whole balance between privacy and freedom of expression. Read the rest of this entry »