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Of mice and men and shiny shoes, Yelland ‘re-enters the human race’: The first Leveson anniversary lecture - Máire Messenger Davies
David Yelland, former editor of the Sun, gave the first Leveson anniversary lecture in London on 29 November 2013.1 In it he argued that, in resisting regulation, newspapers are in denial about their own power, and that, to remedy the ‘reputational disaster’ that has befallen journalism, they need to accept the Leveson proposals. 1,592 more words
A groundbreaking decision has happened in terms of bloggers and the extent to their regulation.
Cameron Slater is the founder of the right-wing Whale Oil blogging site, and Judge Charles Blackie may have potentially opened the flood gates to litigation against bloggers and new media. 223 more words
One year ago, Lord Justice Leveson delivered his damning report on the “culture, practices and ethics” of the British press. Called into action following the revelations of widespread phone hacking at the best-selling (and now defunct) News of the World tabloid, Leveson concluded that sections of the press “ 1,077 more words
The Media Reform Coalition has published, for the first anniversary of the publication of Lord Justice Leveson’s report into press standards, a dossier on the corrosive relationship between politicians and the press… 423 more words
At the Mad Hatter’s tea party in Alice and Wonderland the March Hare upbraids Alice for claiming she can solve a riddle:“ Do you mean that you think you can find out the answer to it… 3,063 more words