Opinion: “The PCC rearranges the deckchairs” – Brian Cathcart

2 09 2011

It will probably surprise many people — I wish I could say it surprised me — to know that the Press Complaints Commission still thinks it has a future. If recent weeks have taught us anything about the PCC, you might think, it is that the so-called regulator has failed to uphold press standards and a new approach is needed. The prime minister thinks so, Labour thinks so, the public thinks so and the Leveson inquiry has been asked to Read the rest of this entry »





US Freedom of Expression and Media Law Round Up – May to September 2011

2 09 2011

This is our round up of US freedom of expression and media cases.  It has been four months since our last US Round Up.  Apologies to our readers, in the US in particular, for the delay and for the cases and stories we have missed. Read the rest of this entry »