By Duncan Bloy
Media legislations is a vital and available creation to the topic that might help media; journalism and legislations scholars comprehend key thoughts and relief their revision. This e-book, designed to counterpoint present textbooks will propose readers on how most sensible to utilise the mammoth and ever becoming array of data at their disposal. The tone and point of this advisor makes it effortless to persist with and may turn out precious in supporting scholars build assessed coursework. demonstrated ideas and modern advancements in media legislations are coated and contain: " privateness and Confidentiality " Defamation " Contempt of court docket " Reporting regulations " Freedom of Expression " contemporary statutory and Case legislation advancements. Readers are proven the right way to study, establish and crucially observe media legislations rules to fulfill their wishes and people in their examiners. This e-book is a part of the SAGE path spouse sequence. constructed as available reference instruments, SAGE path partners supply an advent to the topic and inspire scholars to increase their knowing of key suggestions, matters and debates.
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The Court of Appeal in Lion (p. qxd 11/22/2006 6:19 PM Page 24 24 MEDIA LAW [The court] … had to go on to weigh the competing interests of, on the one hand, the public interest in preserving the rights of organisations and of individuals to maintain the secrecy of confidential information against, on the other, the interest of the public to be informed of matters which were of real public concern. You might wish to suggest that the court would look favourably on the right to publish once a strong case for a public interest defence has been made.
When analysing an examination problem, you will become aware of this subject area. Is this a question regarding defamation or reporting restrictions or journalist’s sources? Based on the information provided in your study guide or on your tutorial sheets, you will be able to identify a number of cases relating to the area under discussion. The cases will fit both into a broad category and a subcategory. For example, the ‘broad category’ may be defamation and the ‘subcategory’ could be prior restraint.
Under section 12 of the Human Rights Act … the court is required, in relevant cases, to have particular regard to the importance of the right to freedom of expression. The common law is to be developed and applied in a manner consistent with Article 10 of the … Convention and the court must take into account relevant decisions of the European Court of Human Rights. qxd 11/22/2006 6:19 PM Page 29 THEMES To be justified, any curtailment of freedom of expression must be convincingly established by a compelling countervailing consideration, and the means employed must be proportionate to the end sought to be achieved.
Media Law (SAGE Course Companions) by Duncan Bloy