Sun Four Trial: “More to life that PCC Code’s version of the public interest”, Sun Deputy Editor told police [Corrected Post]

2 02 2015

sun-getcccctyThe deputy editor of The Sun told police that there was “more to life” than the “public interest” as defined by Press Complaints Commission code of practice and “If newspapers just dealt with matters of public interest as defined by the PCC code none would be sold”, a court heard on 29 January. Read the rest of this entry »





Law and Media Round Up – 2 February 2015

2 02 2015

weekly roundupRegulation was again in the news this week with Hacked Off and Paul Vickers, the chair of the Regulatory Funding Company, the IPSO funding body, giving evidence to the House of Lords Communications Committee. Read the rest of this entry »