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Interview: Joe Allan, Director of Article 10

This interview originally appeared here on The Metropolist.com.

Experiential theatre experts Closing the Gap have devised a new play by the name of Article 10… 1,075 more words

Theatre

Theatre Review: Article 10

This article originally appeared here on The Metropolist.com.

Freedom of speech — the right to communicate ideas and opinions without fear of censorship — is a fundamental feature of democracy. 786 more words

Theatre

'Not a role model for ... moral philosophers': Another sportsman's injunction

In AMC & Anor v News Group Newspapers Ltd EWHC 2361 (QB) (05 August 2015) Mrs Justice Laing dealt with an urgent application by a sportsman and his wife for an interim injunction to restrain a newspaper from publishing details of the sportsman’s relationship with a person other than his wife. 2,874 more words

Tort

On Delfi v Estonia… Is it time to adopt a good-Samaritan style exemption?

The Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) recently upheld the decision of the First section in the case Delfi v Estonia, which in 2013 found that holding a news portal liable for the third-party comments posted on its Internet news portal did not amount to a violation of Article 10 of the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR). 1,732 more words

Internet Intermediaries

News websites - take care with comments, ECHR ruling

NEWS website operators need to take care, following a judgement in the European Court of Human Rights.

This was the final appeal by an Estonian news site called Delfi, which took the case to the ECHR after it was found liable for third-party comments placed upon its site. 338 more words

Media Law

Case Law, Strasbourg: Armellini v Austria, No violation of Article 10 in "football bribes" defamation case

In the case of Armellini v Austria (Judgment of 16 April 2015) the First Section of the Court of Human Rights dismissed an Article 10 complaint by applicants who had been found guilty of defaming professional footballers by accusing them of taking bribes. 1,051 more words

Libel