Welcome to the December 12, 2014 Media Law Roundup — a survey of the week’s developing media news.
// CGCS Media Wire presents insight and analysis of recent United Kingdom media pluralism concerns stemming from the resignation of BBC director general, and the Leveson Inquiry from Judith Townend (@jtownend) of MeejaLaw.com. She recently traveled to Florence for a…Read More
// Crossposted with permission and thanks from Meeja Law, a blog about Media law & ethics for online publishers, collected and written by Judith Townend (@jtownend) I’ve previously written about Leveson’s online elephant (as had Index on Censorship’s Marta Cooper…Read More
//CGCS Media Wire Contributor Judith Townend returns with a followup to her coverage on the Leveson media inquiry, some of which you can find here on Media Wire plus more extensive coverage on her blog MeejaLaw. “The one thing I…Read More
//CGCS presents Part 3 of our post-Olympic Games special report on the implications of Social Media permeation at the 2012 London Olympic games. This time, we present a look into Pirate Broadcasting, the use of the #hashtag as a gathering…Read More