The fall of libel and the rise of privacy – Michael Cameron

1 03 2011

As traditional libel actions fall by the wayside, there seems to be an increase in actions over material posted on the internet – at least in the USA. New York-based media lawyer Michael Cameron* surveys the landscape, as seen from the MLRC conference in October 2010

What if the world no longer needed libel lawyers?

This was the frightening concept that greeted attendees at the biennial Media Law Resource Centre (MLRC) media law conference held in Virginia in October 2010. Read the rest of this entry »