Call for Papers: Restricted and Redacted – Where now for human rights and digital information control?

31 05 2016

ILPC_at_the_Institute_of_Advanced_Legal_StudiesThe Information Law and Policy Centre at IALS is calling for papers for its annual research workshop on 9 November 2016 in London, this year supported by Bloomsbury’s Communications Law journal. The first workshop was held in 2015. Read the rest of this entry »





The Courts Both Uphold the Rule of Law and Prioritise the Human Rights of Individuals and Children Over the Commercial Interests of the Tabloid Press – Jonathan Coad

31 05 2016

Sun PJSThe PJS v NGN injunction case is just another ugly example of a paid tabloid betrayal/kiss-and- tell story without a shred of genuine public interest while of considerable financial value to both the betrayer and the newspaper. Rarely does a legal case receive so much press attention as when tabloids are outraged by their inability to report on a celebrity threesome they claim is of interest to the public (rather than of legitimate public interest). Read the rest of this entry »