Forcing online platforms to remove footage of violent attacks: could privacy help? – Jelena Gligorijevic

21 03 2019

The attack on two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, last week saw the perpetrator publish footage of his violent attack, as it was happening, online. That footage was republished on various platforms as well as by some news media outlets. Read the rest of this entry »





Upholding celebrities’ privacy and problematising news media claims to freedom of expression: Sir Cliff Richard v BBC – Jelena Gligorijević

29 07 2018

Amidst considerable media attention, and the continuing attention of legal commentators, Sir Cliff Richard won his privacy case against the BBC for its coverage of a raid on his home during a police investigation of historic sex offence allegations against him, and its naming of him as the suspect. Mann J confirmed Sir Cliff’s strong privacy right in the circumstances, and criticised the national broadcaster’s over-zealous journalistic practices in running that story. Read the rest of this entry »