Media Standards Trust: Who was hacked? A New Report Investigates – Martin Moore

26 03 2015

image1Reading coverage of the various hacking trials (News of the World in 2013/14 and now Mirror Group Newspapers) you could be forgiven for thinking phone hacking was all about celebrities. Celebrities attract attention, attract news interest, and sell papers. This is perhaps why many of the news reports of phone hacking have concentrated on celebrities and are illustrated with photographs of celebrities. Read the rest of this entry »





Lee Kuan Yew and freedom of expression: the libel action as a means of silencing political opposition – Tessa Evans

26 03 2015

Lee Kuan YewLee Kuan Yew, Singapore’s prime minister of 31 years and the man credited with turning the city-state into one of Asia’s most prosperous countries, died last week at the age of 91. Read the rest of this entry »