Sunday, May 26, 2019

Naruto the Macaque’s 3 year legal journey has come to an...

The story starts seven years ago, on the Indonesian Island of Sulawesi, where the wildlife photographer David Slater left his tripod unmanned in the...

UPDATE: Landmark ruling in the first ‘right to be forgotten’ case

The judgment involved a relatively conservative application of the law as it is generally already understood, making clear that the 'right to be forgotten'...

What’s Trending in Media and Sport: EU Copyright Reform

2018 is going to be a big year for the Copyright Directive and Phil Sherrell discusses where it stands now and the controversial areas...

BREAKING NEWS: Landmark ruling in the first “right to be forgotten”...

Google has been ordered to remove links to articles about a businessman's historic criminal convictions based on the so-called 'right to be forgotten', which...

What’s Trending in Media and Sport: Augmented Reality

Augmented Reality - or AR - has developed at a rapid rate over the last 5 years. In the video below, Richard and Caroline...

EU High Level Expert Group release report on “Fake News” –...

Fake News – why the fuss? Just about everyone has heard the term "Fake News" by now, right? Well, Fake News and disinformation are certainly...

Culture Minister signals UK Government’s intention to repeal Section 40

On 1 March 2018, the culture secretary, Matt Hancock MP, stated that the Government will repeal the controversial Section 40 of the Crime and...

New South Australian Surveillance Law includes media public interest carve out

Surveillance Laws in Australia There are different surveillance laws in each of Australia’s 8 States and territories.  Commonwealth laws apply in relation to communications...

Jesus, jeans and public morality: the right to use religious symbols...

The case concerned a Lithuanian clothing company, Sekmadienis, which ran an advertising campaign featuring images with more than a passing resemblance to Jesus and...

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