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Tribunal Constitucional Español y distinción entre información y opinión

¿Puede establecerse por mandato legal la distinción “clara” entre información y la opinión? No. Interesante el razoniento del Tribunal Constitucional Español en la sentencia de este mes (4 de julio), que fuera publicada la semana pasada (19 de julio). 570 more words


Murdoch bid for Sky is not just about news - Sally Broughton Micova

When Ofcom published its report to the media and culture secretary, Karen Bradley, on its public interest test for the proposed acquisition of Sky plc by 21st Century Fox, it… 971 more words

Media Regulation

Seamus Milne and the ‘Mystery Blonde’: Five years after Leveson the press still ignores privacy - Hugh Tomlinson QC

On Tuesday 11 July 2017, the Times ran a story under the headline “Corbyn adviser Seamus Milne in clinch ‘with lawyer'”.  The story was illustrated by long lens photographs of Mr Milne and barrister Jennifer Robinson in an East London hotel. 710 more words


Don't believe the pundits: it's too soon to dismiss the power of the red tops - Angela Phillips

In the aftermath of the UK elections, there has been much speculation that the power of the Tory supporting tabloids is on the wane, diminished by social media and a youth surge to the left. 989 more words


Submission to Public Interest Journalism Committee calls for new defence to gag laws

By MARK PEARSON Follow @Journlaw

My submission to an Australian parliamentary committee examining the future of journalism proposes a new defence to give genuine public interest journalism a market advantage over fake news, celebrity gossip and other unethical infotainment products. 2,397 more words

Waking up from the digital dream: media education and media reform

I was recently invited to write this piece for the Japanese magazine 5 (Five). It’s a kind of manifesto.

In the early days of the internet, technological developments were often led by pioneers with libertarian political ideals. 1,687 more words

Media Education