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Taxing Questions

I didn’t think I would write any other posts on this blog.  The Presidential and Legislative campaigns of 2017, which saw the political movement I have supported (in various guises and in various countries) for 20 years almost wiped out.  1,109 more words

Leveson: Theresa May gets her facts wrong - Brian Cathcart

The Prime Minister says press reforms backed by the Lords threaten local papers. But locals already have a special opt-out– thanks to measures she helped sponsor. 710 more words

Media Regulation

Russian Media Regulator Targets Award-Winning Trump Critic

— Russia’s media regulator is trying to censor an award-winning news website that reported on the Robert Mueller investigation

Roskomnadzor, a Moscow state-owned media regulator, has… 246 more words

Law And Politics

Press Regulation: We are only one signature away from a revolution in access to justice - Brian Cathcart

It is a longstanding national scandal that, although in principle the law protects us against libel and breach of privacy by news publishers, with rare exceptions those laws work only for the rich. 870 more words

Libel

IPSO, Trevor Kavanagh and a licence to abuse minorities - Brian Cathcart

However low our opinion of IPSO may be, we have to accept that some of those who have supported it, engaged with it and even worked for it have done so for sincere and honest reasons. 1,042 more words

Media Regulation

Hacked Off: IPSO's Sham Arbitration Scheme

IPSO has announced what it falsely claims to be a new “Leveson-style” arbitration scheme in its latest attempt to mislead the public into believing that it is implementing the recommendations of the Leveson Report and providing access to justice to members of the public.  369 more words

Media Regulation

Portuguese regulator fails to agree position on Altice Media Capital deal

October 19, 2017 / By http://www.digitaltveurope.net/

Portuguese media, communication and society regulator the Entitade Reguladora para a Communição Social (ERC) has failed to reach a consensus decision on Altice’s proposed acquisition of the country’s leading commercial broadcast group, Media Capital. 308 more words

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