The total number of Inforrm page views has today reached 5 million – almost 10 years after our launch. During that period we have had 4,940 posts from a large number of authors from all over the world covering a huge range of media and legal topics.
Thank you to all our readers for following the blog, to all our contributors and to everyone who has made comments, contributions and suggestions about the blog the since our launch. Particular thanks to those who have contributed to our weekly round ups over the years.
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Apart from the “Home Page” and the Tables of Cases, the top ten posts of all time were written by eleven different authors and were (in descending order)
- Top 10 Defamation Cases of 2017, a selection – Suneet Sharma
- Case Law: PJS v News Group Newspapers, Court of Appeal grants privacy injunction – Sara Mansoori and Aidan Wills
- How to avoid defamation – Steven Price
- Case Law, India: Puttaswamy v Union of India, Supreme Court recognises a constitutional right to privacy in a landmark judgment – Hugh Tomlinson QC
- Harassment and injunctions: Cheryl Cole – Natalie Peck
- “The cases of Vanessa Perroncel and John Terry – a curious legal affair” – Dominic Crossley
- Defamation Act 2013: A Summary and Overview – Iain Wilson and Max Campbell
- Top 10 Defamation Cases of 2018: a selection – Suneet Sharma
- Case Law, Strasbourg: Von Hannover v Germany (No.2) – Unclear clarification and unappreciated margins – Kirsten Sjøvoll
- Is there is any difference between the public interest and the interest of the public? – Brian Cathcart