Beyond publication offences: informal censorship and the chain of communication – Jacob Rowbottom

13 07 2018

Various legal controls that are imposed on publishers provide a central focus in the study of media law. When teaching the subject, the core topics on the syllabus look at the liability of publishers in criminal law and tort law. These controls remain significant, but there appears to be a declining use of this method of control in some areas of law. Last year, when writing an article about the law of obscenity, Read the rest of this entry »