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14 May 2013
British media | Celebrity | Communication | Digital Freedoms | Fame | Human rights | News of the World | Newspapers | Privacy | Privacy
The term “public figure” covers a relatively large spectrum of people who share the commonality of being widely known. This can range from those...
12 Nov 2012
Celebrity | Free speech debate | Journalism | Media | Newspapers | private lives | regulation | Right to privacy | Free speech and privacy | Free Speech Debate
The case: Celebrity Privacy RegisterLord Justice Leveson, who is leading an inquiry into media ethics following the 2011 phone-hacking scandal in Britain, has...
1 May 2012
Journalism | Media | News Corp | News International | News of the World | Newspapers | Phone Hacking | Power | responsibility | Rupert Murdoch | The Sun | The Times | Media | Media and good government | Culture | Free Speech Debate
Rupert Murdoch’s News Corporation is a multinational media corporation with interests in books, cable and satellite television, films, magazines,...
22 Feb 2012
Leveson Inquiry | Media | Newspapers | Press | regulation | Tabloids | Media and good government | Culture | Free Speech Debate
This debate will in large part be focused in the UK. At the time of writing, press freedom in the United Kingdom has become a significant issue as a result of...