The Inforrm blog is taking a break from regular posting over Easter. The English law courts are closed until 17 April 2012, Parliament is not sitting again until 26 April 2012. The Leveson Inquiry is not sitting until “Module 3” begins on 23 April 2012. Our break will be the shortest – we will have our next “Law and Media Round up” on 16 April 2012.
We will however, continue to have the occasional post over the next 10 days – catching up with some “Case Comments” and with some important news items. As usual, we invite posts from readers on “Media and Law” topics. Contact us via the Inforrm email: email@example.com
Meanwhile, our readership continues to increase. We had a record 71,800 page views in March 2012 – and our total page views is fast approaching 1 million. The Inforrm twitter feed (@Inforrm) also passed 1,000 followers in the course of the month.
Thank you again to all contributors, readers, subscribers and followers. We intend to have a celebration for contributors and subscribers – which we will be in touch about shortly.
The most popular posts over the the past month were, in descending order:
- News: Tulisa “Sex Tape”, false privacy turns into true privacy
- Harassment and injunctions: Cheryl Cole – Natalie Peck
- News: Tulisa obtains “Sex Tape” privacy injunction
- News: Tulisa “Sex tape”, further hearing – Ex-lover denies leaking tape
- Inforrm 2011 Media Law Quiz of the Year
- Media, policing and politics: the business of “holding others to account”, Part 2 – Colin Sumner
- Law and Media Round Up – 19 March 2012
- Conditional Fee Agreements: how wrong can Governments get them? – Alastair Brett
- Case Law: Flood v Times Newspapers, Supreme Court allows “Reynolds” appeal – Hugh Tomlinson QC
- News: Cairns v Modi, Victory for the Claimant, damages £90,000