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Media Law and Ethics in the 21st Century

Protecting Free Expression and Curbing Abuses

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27 June 2014

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Published in conjunction with the International Bar Association, this high-profile collection of writings brings together judicial, legislative, regulatory, journalistic and academic perspectives on the current state of...

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Published in conjunction with the International Bar Association, this high-profile collection of writings brings together judicial, legislative, regulatory, journalistic and academic perspectives on the current state of media laws in the UK and in the US, scrutinising their efficacy in relation to the rights for privacy and free expression.

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Influential writings from highprofile figures involved in media law
Draws on a range of perspectives with chapters from academics, journalists and legal practitioners
Will appeal to an international readership

Preface; Mark Stephens CBE
PART I: THE LEGAL, ETHICAL AND EDITORIAL LANDSCAPE
1. Privacy: A Judicial Perspective; Justice Eady
2. The Rights of Journalism and the Needs of Audiences; Baroness Onora O'Neill
3. Why we write: three magic words – 'the public interest'; Alan Rusbridger
PART II: THE PRACTITIONER'S VIEW PROTECTING FREE EXPRESSION AND CURBING ABUSES
4. The Ultimate Balancing Act; Pia Sarma
5. Privacy Protection – Luxury Goods Or Essential Commodity?; Amber Melville-Brown
6. 'People are so much more interesting than things': Protecting free expression; Gavin Millar QC
7. 'You Say Tomato…': A Comparison of English and U.S. Privacy Law Principles; Robert Balin and Yuli Takatsuki
PART III: CONFRONTING CURRENT AND FUTURE CHALLENGES
8. Privacy and Free Expression: competing or complementary rights?; Kirsty Hughes and Michael Harris, Index on Censorship
9. The Internet as a Lens: US Concepts of Privacy in Online Spaces; Jeff Hermes.

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James Lewis is Director of Media Content at the International Bar Association.
 
Paul Crick is an Independent Consultant for the International Bar Association.
 
The International Bar Association is the world's leading organisation of international legal practitioners, bar associations and law societies. It has a membership of more than 50,000 individual lawyers and 206 bar associations and law societies spanning all continents. The IBA influences the development of international law reform and shapes the future of the legal profession throughout the world.

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James Lewis is Director of Media Content at the International Bar Association.
 
Paul Crick is an Independent Consultant for the International Bar Association.
 
The International Bar Association is the world's leading organisation of international legal practitioners, bar associations and law societies. It has a membership of more than 50,000 individual lawyers and 206 bar associations and law societies spanning all continents. The IBA influences the development of international law reform and shapes the future of the legal profession throughout the world.

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