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This article reports on the use of blocklisting and the inadvertent consequences exhibited by the 'COVID-19 effect'. With the findings of a recent Government review into the creation of a sustainable media still being ...
Recent Parliamentary scrutiny of the affordability of gambling for vulnerable customers has led to the Gambling Commission opening a consultation on that same subject last week.
Andy Danson discusses a planned review of the UK's Gambling Act and what this could mean for players and operators.
Yesterday the UK government published its long-anticipated final response to the Online Harms White Paper. Partner Bryony Hurst and Associate Theo Rees-Bidder set out the headline points, and what we can expect next.
Yesterday the UK government published its eagerly anticipated draft Online Safety Bill. The Bill must go through MP scrutiny before it can be approved, but it marks a significant milestone in the implementation of the ...
In its initial response to the White Paper published in February 2020, the government indicated that it was “minded” to appoint Ofcom as the regulator responsible for oversight of the new regime, to be primarily funded ...
Ofcom has signalled a desire to recast the current public service broadcasting regime into a more expansive public service media regime. We take a look at what this might mean for stakeholders across the broadcasting ...
Following the recent ruling in the first stage of Rebekah Vardy’s libel claim before the English High Court, a preliminary hearing on ‘meaning’, Bryony Gold looks past the sensationalist headlines and explores the ...
This article reports on a recent UK Supreme Court decision with important commentary on the public interest defence's applicability to journalists, and a rare finding of judicial bias against a litigant in person.