As the deadline approaches, LSE MPP Research Officer Sally Broughton Micova reminds those with an interest in British journalism to respond to the ICO’s draft guidelines for media on data protection and journalism and argues that more clarity is...
The Guardian Online political ads test boundaries while electoral law lags behind The Guardian But there is no requirement for parties to declare responsibility for images posted on Twitter – or any campaigning material circulated on the internet.
Is Ireland planning to implement a new TV licence regime for laptops and smartphones? Communications Minister Pat Rabbitte TD has made signs that he intends to review the existing regime to include people who watch their TV on multimedia devices.
Nieman Journalism Lab at Harvard A report on digital media's legal issues finds they are, mostly, not new Capital New York A report from Harvard's Digital Media Law Project out today found that the legal issues affecting online news organizations...
The Guardian Game of Thrones is world's most-pirated TV show The Guardian It is not as big of an issue as music in part because there is a plentiful supply of legal and free content out there," says John Enser, a partner at media law firm Olswang.
What are the kinds of legal problems online publishers run into today? Here's ... Nieman Journalism Lab at Harvard digital-media-law-project-dmlp-cmlp What are the biggest legal issues affecting online news organizations, large and small?
European data retention has to be rolled back after a clear judgment of the Grand Chamber of the European Court of Justice in Luxemburg today.The highest EU Court ruled that the directive which obliges telecommunication providers to collect and store communication traffic and location data for up to 2 years, depending on the implementation in the member states, is invalid.
Author: Tony Ballard This blog explores a possible reform of the UK TV licence fee system along the lines now being pioneered elsewhere in Europe. It would involve assimilating the fee to some extent with the tax system, which has… Continue reading
Twenty-five years after creating the format for what would become the world wide web, Sir Tim Berners-Lee has called for the creation of an online ‘Magna Carta’ or bill of rights that would enshrine the rights of users worldwide.