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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...
20 Feb 2012
Bankruptcy | Broadcasting | Freedom of the Press | Journalism | Media | Newspapers | Print | role of government | Culture
The idea of a government intervening to preserve a free press may sound anathema at first glance but, in reality, it’s actually fairly common. In recent years...
26 Jan 2012
Around 1440 German inventor Johannes Gutenberg invented one of the most important and influential inventions of the second millennium, the printing press, and...