Newsgathering: Law, Regulation and the Public Interest
This pioneering work draws together the law and other regulatory rules that relate to newsgathering.
Written in the post-Leveson environment, each chapter considers a specific newsgathering practice, and covers ethics, (self-) regulatory rules, common law and statutory oversight. In addition to covering the law of England and Wales, the work draws on the relevant jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights and applicable EU law.
Written by highly-regarded authors Gavin Millar QC and Dr Andrew Scott, this is the first text to cover the full range of newsgathering issues from a legal perspective.
|Publisher:||Oxford University Press|
|Author(s)||Millar, G and Scott, A|