Tag Archives: media law

Statutory regulation of the press will hurt free speech

This article was originally published in The New Statesman Between the Leveson Inquiry and the crisis at the BBC, it seems journalism is all we ever read or hear about these days. These crises are heightened because journalists are, essentially, gossips who like talking about journalists. In this, we’re no different from people in any other […]

Liddle was wrong to write Lawrence trial article, and the Spectator was wrong to publish it

Brian Cathcart: Liddle was wrong to write Lawrence trial article, and the Spectator was wrong to publish it

Hungarian Parliament passes amendments to controversial media law

Judit Bayer: Amendments do not eliminate harmful effect of Hungarian media law

Latin America: media reforms spark debate

Opinion on media law reforms has become increasingly polarised says Ángel García Català