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    Journal of Media Law

    Journal of Media Law

    2009, Vol.1        

    2010, Vol.2     

    2011, Vol.3     

    2012, Vol.4

    2013, Vol.5

    2014, Vol.6

    2015, Vol.7

    2016, Vol.8

     

     

    Journal of Media Law, 2009, Vol.1

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Thomas Gibbons

    The Future of Public Service Content in the United Kingdom

    No.1, July

    pp. 1-13

    Emmanuel Derieux

    Reform of the Status of the French Audiovisual Media

    No.1, July

    pp. 15-20

    Rachael Craufurd Smith

    Media Ownership and the Public Interest: The Case of Virgin Media, British Sky Broadcasting and its ITV Shares

    No.1, July

    pp. 21-36

    Tom Lewis

    Reasserting the Primacy of Broadcast Political Speech after Animal Defenders International?- Rogaland Pensioners Party v Norway

    No.1, July

    pp. 37-48

    Eric Barendt

    Balancing Freedom of Expression and Privacy: The Jurisprudence of the Strasbourg Court

    No.1, July

    pp. 49-72

    Gavin Phillipson

    Max Mosley goes to Strasbourg: Article 8, Claimant Notification and Interim Injunctions

    No.1, July

    pp. 73-96

    Damian Carney

    Theoretical Underpinnings of the Protection of Journalists' Confidential Sources: Why an Absolute Privilege Cannot be Justified

    No.1, July

    pp. 97-127

    Eric Barendt

    Bad News for Bloggers

    No.2, December

    pp. 141-147

    Mark Thomson, Nicola McCann

    Harassment and the Media

    No.2, December

    pp. 149-158

    Kirsty Hughes

    Photographs in Public Places and Privacy

    No.2, December

    pp. 159-171

    T John O'Dowd

    Ireland s New Defamation Act

    No.2, December

    pp. 173-190

    Anne SY Cheung

    Rethinking Public Privacy in the Internet Era: A Study of Virtual Persecution by the Internet Crowd

    No.2, December

    pp. 191-217

    Wolfgang Schulz

    The Legal Framework for Public Service Broadcasting after the German State Aid Case: Procrustean Bed or Hammock?

    No.2, December

    pp. 219-241

    Katrien Lefever, Ben Van Rompuy

    Ensuring Access to Sports Content: 10 Years of EU Intervention. Time to Celebrate?

    No.2, December

    pp. 243-268

    Irini Katsirea

    Judicial Review of Party Broadcasts in Germany and the United Kingdom

    No.2, December

    pp. 269-287

    Journal of Media Law, 2010, Vol.2

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Godwin Busuttil, Patrick McCafferty

    Interim Injunctions and the Overlap between Privacy and Libel

    No.1, July

    pp. 1-13

    Ursula Cheer

    Compelling Journalists to Disclose Sources: Two Recent Decisions from Europe and New Zealand

    No.1, July

    pp. 15-23

    Andras Koltay

    The Development of Freedom of the Media in a Newborn Democracy: The Hungarian Perspective

    No.1, July

    pp. 25-41

    Eric Barendt

    Science Commentary and the Defence of Fair Comment to Libel Proceedings

    No.1, July

    pp. 43-47

    Andrew Scott

    Prior Notification in Privacy Cases: A Reply to Professor Phillipson

    No.1, July

    pp. 49-65

    John Hartshorne

    The Value of Privacy

    No.1, July

    pp. 67-84

    Peggy Valcke, Robert Picard, Miklos Sukosd, Beata Klimkiewicz, Brankica Petkovic, Cinzia dal Zotto, Robin Kerremans

    The European Media Pluralism Monitor: Bridging Law, Economics and Media Studies as a First Step towards Risk- Based Regulation in Media Markets

    No.1, July

    pp. 85-113

    Peter Leyland

    The Struggle for Freedom of Expression in Thailand: Media Moguls, the King, Citizen Politics and the Law

    No.1, July

    pp. 115-137

    Sophie Matthiesson

    Who's Afraid of the Limelight? The Trafigura and Terry Super- Injunctions, and the Subsequent Fallout

    No.2, December

    pp. 153-167

    Kirsty Hughes

    No Reasonable Expectation of Anonymity?

    No.2, December

    pp. 169-181

    Jenny Afia, Phil Hartley

    Lord Lester's Defamation Bill 2010: A Practical Analysis

    No.2, December

    pp. 183-197

    Rachael Craufurd Smith

    Reflections on the Icelandic Modern Media Initiative: A Template for Modern Media Law Reform?

    No.2, December

    pp. 199-211

    Lesley Hitchens

    Broadband in Australia: First Steps in Policy and Regulation

    No.2, December

    pp. 213-225

    Karen Donders, Marie Lamensch

    The Introduction of a 'Tax- and- Fund' System to Subsidise Public Television in France: Cultural Revolution or Legal Swamp?

    No.2, December

    pp. 227-244

    Craig Arnott

    Media Mergers and the Meaning of Sufficient Plurality: A Tale of Two Acts

    No.2, December

    pp. 245-275

    Arpan Banerjee

    Assessing the Track Record of India s Film Certification Appellate Tribunal

    No.2, December

    pp. 277-294

    Paul Wragg

    A Freedom to Criticise? Evaluating the Public Interest in Celebrity Gossip after Mosley and Terry

    No.2, December

    pp. 295-320

    Journal of Media Law, 2011, Vol.3

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Alastair Mullis, Andrew Scott

    Worth the Candle? The Government's Draft Defamation Bill

    No.1, July

    pp. 1-17

    Paul Mitchell

    The Nature of Responsible Journalism

    No.1, July

    pp. 19-28

    Kirsty Hughes

    Balancing Rights and the Margin of Appreciation: Article 10, Breach of Confidence and Success Fees

    No.1, July

    pp. 29-48

    Anthony L. Fargo

    Shielding Anonymous Speakers on US News Websites

    No.1, July

    pp. 49-60

    Peter B. Kutner

    Suspicion, Investigation and Truth: A Continuing Evolution in English Defamation Law

    No.1, July

    pp. 61-87

    Val Corbett

    The Illusion of Safety: The Right to Privacy of Sex Offenders

    No.1, July

    pp. 89-115

    Ian Walden, Lorna Woods

    Broadcasting Privacy

    No.1, July

    pp. 117-141

    John William Devine

    Privacy and Hypocrisy

    No.2, December

    pp. 169-177

    Kirsty Hughes

    Privacy Injunctions: No Obligation to Notify Pre- Publication

    No.2, December

    pp. 179-192

    John Campbell

    An Anomaly: Special Damages for Libel

    No.2, December

    pp. 193-197

    Siobhan Grey

    The World Wide Web: Life Blood for the Public or Poison for the Jury?

    No.2, December

    pp. 199-210

    Edward Thompson

    Does the Open Justice Principle Require Cameras to be Permitted in the Courtroom and the Broadcasting of Legal Proceedings?

    No.2, December

    pp. 211-236

    Karen Donders

    Superficial Harmonisation Versus One- Size- Fits All: The Implementation of European State Aid Principles in Flanders and the Netherlands

    No.2, December

    pp. 237-261

    Rachael Craufurd Smith

    Determining Regulatory Competence for Audiovisual Media Services in the European Union

    No.2, December

    pp. 263-285

    Ronan Deazley, Robert Sullivan

    Copyright, Licences, and Statutory Fraud

    No.2, December

    pp. 287-303

    Anne Barron

    'Graduated Response' a l'Anglaise: Online Copyright Infringement and the Digital Economy Act 2010

    No.2, December

    pp. 305-347

    Journal of Media Law, 2012, Vol.4

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Eric Barendt

    Reynolds Privilege and Reports of Police Investigations

    No.1, July

    pp. 1-10

    Dario Milo

    'It's Hard for Me to Say I'm Sorry': Apology as a Remedy in the South African Law of Defamation

    No.1, July

    pp. 11-16

    Kirsty Hughes

    Parliament Reports on the Law of Privacy and Injunctions

    No.1, July

    pp. 17-28

    Ivan Hare

    Insulting Politicians on the Radio?

    No.1, July

    pp. 29-34

    Rachael Craufurd Smith, Damian Tambini

    Measuring Media Plurality in the United Kingdom: Policy Choices and Regulatory Challenges

    No.1, July

    pp. 35-63

    Natali Helberger

    Exposure Diversity as a Policy Goal

    No.1, July

    pp. 65-92

    John Hartshorne

    An Appropriate Remedy for the Publication of False Private Information

    No.1, July

    pp. 93-115

    Damian Carney

    Truth and the Unnamed Source

    No.1, July

    pp. 117-145

    Tom Gibbons, Irini Katsirea

    Commercial Influences on Programme Content: The German and UK Approaches to Transposing EU Rules on Product Placement

    No.2, December

    pp. 159-188

    Lorna Woods

    Beyond Murphy, Films and Football: Audiovisual Content in Europe

    No.2, December

    pp. 189-212

    Karen Donders, Ben Van Rompuy

    Competition Law, Sports, and Public Service Broadcasting: The Legal Complexity and Political Sensitivity of Measuring Market Distortion and Public Value

    No.2, December

    pp. 213-228

    Vincenzo Zeno-Zencovich

    Does Public Service Broadcasting Make Sense in the Internet Age?

    No.2, December

    pp. 229-236

    Thorsten Ricke

    Regulated Self- Regulation: The German Approach to Youth Protection on the Internet

    No.2, December

    pp. 237-252

    Oliver C. Fug

    The Challenge of Double Graduation: The Protection of Minors against Developmentally Harmful Content in the Legal Orders of Denmark, Germany and Greece

    No.2, December

    pp. 253-273

    Mark Hanna

    Irreconcilable Differences: The Attempts to Increase Media Coverage of Family Courts in England and Wales

    No.2, December

    pp. 274-301

    Louis Blom-Cooper

    Public Comment on Court Proceedings

    No.2, December

    pp. 302-308

    Sophie Matthiesson, Eric Barendt

    Carina Trimingham v Associated Newspapers: A Right to Ridicule?

    No.2, December

    pp. 309-321

    Ronan Fathaigh

    The Recognition of a Right of Reply under the European Convention

    No.2, December

    pp. 322-332

    Judith Janna Marten

    Personality Rights and Freedom of Expression: A Journey through the Development of German Jurisprudence under the Influence of the European Court of Human Rights

    No.2, December

    pp. 333-349

    Journal of Media Law, 2013, Vol.5

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Jacob Rowbottom

    Animal Defenders International: Speech, Spending, and a Change of Direction in Strasbourg

    No.1, July

    pp. 1- 13

    Thomas Hoppner

    Google: Friend or Foe of Ad-Financed Content Providers?

    No.1, July

    pp. 14- 30

    Judith Townend

    Closed Data: Defamation and Privacy Disputes in England and Wales

    No.1, July

    pp. 31- 44

    Megan Richardson

    Honour in a Time of Twitter

    No.1, July

    pp. 45- 56

    Jan Oster

    Theory and Doctrine of 'Media Freedom' as a Legal Concept

    No.1, July

    pp. 57- 78

    Paivi Tiilikka

    Access to Information as a Human Right in the Case Law of the European Court of Human Rights

    No.1, July

    pp. 79- 103

    Jacqui Ewart, Mark Pearson, Joshua Lessing

    Anti-Terror Laws and the News Media in Australia Since 2001: How Free Expression and National Security Compete in a Liberal Democracy

    No.1, July

    pp. 104- 132

    Daithi Mac Sithigh

    Death of a Convention: Competition between the Council of Europe and European Union in the Regulation of Broadcasting

    No.1, July

    pp. 133- 155

    Lara Fielden

    A Royal Charter for the Press: Lessons from Overseas

    No.2

    pp. 172-188

    Eric Barendt

    Statutory Underpinning: A Threat to Press Freedom?

    No.2

    pp. 189-201

    Thomas Gibbons

    Building Trust in Press Regulation: Obstacles and Opportunities

    No.2

    pp. 202-219

    Gavin Phillipson

    Leveson, the Public Interest and Press Freedom

    No.2

    pp. 220-240

    Paul Wragg

    Leveson and Disproportionate Public Interest Reporting

    No.2

    pp. 241-252

    Jacob Rowbottom

    Politicians, the Press and Lobbying

    No.2

    pp. 253-275

    Andrew Scott

    Tales of the Unexpected: Reflections on the Application of the Bribery Act to Chequebook Journalism

    No.2

    pp. 276-296

    Eric Barendt

    Happy Centenary Birthday to Scott v Scott

    No.2

    pp. 297-305

    Dario Milo, Ben Winks

    Homeland: The Development of the Principle of Open Justice to Protect South Africans from Abuse of their Asylum System

    No.2

    pp. 306-321

    Corinna Coors

    Reputations at Stake: The German Federal Court's Decision concerning Google's Liability for Autocomplete Suggestions in the International Context

    No.2

    pp. 322-331

    Rachael Craufurd Smith

    Reviewing Media Ownership Rules in the UK and Europe: Competing or Complementary Investigations?

    No.2

    pp. 332-344

    Journal of Media Law, 2014,Vol.6

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Alison Harcourt

    Observations on the House of Lords Select Committee on Communications Report on Plurality

    No.1

    pp. 1-7

    Andrew T Kenyon

    Protecting Speech in Defamation Law: Beyond Reynolds- Style Defences

    No.1

    pp. 21-46

    Richard Hyde

    Procedural Control and the Proper Balance between Public and Private Interests in Defamation Claims

    No.1

    pp. 47-68

    Normann Witzleb

    Exemplary Damages for Invasions of Privacy

    No.1

    pp. 69-93

    Yuval Karniel

    Who Needs the Sub Judice Rule? Israel as a Test Case in the Relationship between Law and Media

    No.1

    pp. 94-120

    Michael Harker

    Regulatory Gaming, Myopia and Ineptitude? Ofcom's Intervention in the UK Pay- TV Market

    No.1

    pp. 121-148

    David Lindsay

    The 'Right to be Forgotten' by Search Engines under Data Privacy Law: A Legal Analysis of the Costeja Ruling

    No.2

    pp. 159-179

    Kirsty Hughes

    Publishing Photographs Without Consent

    No.2

    pp. 180-192

    Thomas DC Bennett

    Privacy, Free Speech and Ruthlessness: The Australian Law Reform Commission's Report, Serious Invasions of Privacy in the Digital Era

    No.2

    pp. 193-205

    Jose Bellido, Kathy Bowrey

    From the Author to the Proprietor: Newspaper Copyright and The Times (1842- 1956)

    No.2

    pp. 206-233

    Rebecca Moosavian

    Deconstructing 'Public Interest' in the Article 8 vs Article 10 Balancing Exercise

    No.2

    pp. 234-268

    Ben Van Rompuy, Karen Donders

    Competition Law Scrutiny of Horizontal Cooperation between Broadcasters: Is there a Mismatch between Theory and Commercial Reality?

    No.2

    pp. 269-286

    Michael A Wagner

    Revisiting the Country- of- Origin Principle in the AVMS Directive

    No.2

    pp. 286-304

    Journal of Media Law, 2015,Vol.7

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Alex Mills

    The law applicable to cross- border defamation on social media: whose law governs free speech in 'Facebookistan'?

    No.1

    pp. 1-35

    Andras Koltay

    The concept of media freedom today: new media, new editors and the traditional approach of the law

    No.1

    pp. 36-64

    Daithi Mac Sithigh

    Because the computer speaks English? Language rights and digital media

    No.1

    pp. 65-84

    Eric Barendt

    An overlap of defamation and privacy?

    No.1

    pp. 85-91

    Derek Wilding

    The Summer 30 royal prank call: outcomes for Australian broadcasting regulation

    No.1

    pp. 92-107

    Niall Duffy

    IPSO one year on

    No.2

    pp. 116-129

    Jonathan Heawood

    Independent and effective? The post- Leveson framework for press regulation

    No.2

    pp. 130-144

    Wolfgang Schulz

    How to control informal practices by formal law? The German Constitutional Court's ruling on the independence of the public service broadcaster ZDF from the state

    No.2

    pp. 145-151

    Thomas D. C. Bennett, Daithi Mac Sithigh

    Introduction: The Campbell Legacy

    No.2

    pp. 152-154

    N.A. Moreham

    Liability for listening: why phone hacking is an actionable breach of privacy

    No.2

    pp. 155-169

    Jacob Rowbottom

    A landmark at a turning point: Campbell and the use of privacy law to constrain media power

    No.2

    pp. 170-195

    Rebecca Moosavian

    A just balance or just imbalance? The role of metaphor in misuse of private information

    No.2

    pp. 196-224

    Paul Wragg

    Protecting private information of public interest: Campbell's great promise, unfulfilled

    No.2

    pp. 225-250

    Thomas D.C. Bennett

    Privacy, third parties and judicial method: Wainwright's legacy of uncertainty

    No.2

    pp. 251-277

    Eric Descheemaeker

    The harms of privacy

    No.2

    pp. 278-306

    Journal of Media Law, 2016,Vol.8

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Mathilde Groppo

    Serious harm: A case law retrospective and early assessment

    No.1

    pp. 1-16

    David J. Acheson

    Empirical insights into corporate defamation: an analysis of cases decided 2004- 2013

    No.1

    pp. 1-35

    Lukman Adebisi Abdulraufa, Charles Manga Fombad

    The African Union's data protection Convention 2014: a possible cause for celebration of human rights in Africa?

    No.1

    pp. 1-31

    Matthew Groves

    Public comments by judges of their colleagues: an unhappy Australian episode

    No.1

    pp. 1-31

    Holly Hancock

    Weller and Ors v Associated Newspapers Ltd [2015] EWCA Civ 1176. Weller case highlights need for guidance on photography, privacy and the press

    No.1

    pp. 17-31

    Niall Duffy

    IPSO one year on

    No.2

    pp. 116-129

    Jonathan Heawood

    Independent and effective? The post- Leveson framework for press regulation

    No.2

    pp. 130-144

    Wolfgang Schulz

    How to control informal practices by formal law? The German Constitutional Court's ruling on the independence of the public service broadcaster ZDF from the state

    No.2

    pp. 145-151

    Thomas D. C. Bennett, Daithi Mac Sithigh

    Introduction: The Campbell Legacy

    No.2

    pp. 152-154

    N.A. Moreham

    Liability for listening: why phone hacking is an actionable breach of privacy

    No.2

    pp. 155-169

    Jacob Rowbottom

    A landmark at a turning point: Campbell and the use of privacy law to constrain media power

    No.2

    pp. 170-195

    Rebecca Moosavian

    A just balance or just imbalance? The role of metaphor in misuse of private information

    No.2

    pp. 196-224

    Paul Wragg

    Protecting private information of public interest: Campbell's great promise, unfulfilled

    No.2

    pp. 225-250

    Thomas D.C. Bennett

    Privacy, third parties and judicial method: Wainwright's legacy of uncertainty

    No.2

    pp. 251-277

    Eric Descheemaeker

    The harms of privacy

    No.2

    pp. 278-306

     

     


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