Media and Communications
Programme and Papers

Abstracts and papers are available below the programme:

Programme

Session 1: September 13th 11.15 - 12.45 Room 1.5

Session 1: Privacy and Expression
1A  Richard Stone (Lincoln)
       Privacy - have the limits to the domination of Article 8 over Article 10 been reached?
1B   Paul Wragg (Leeds)
        The benefits of privacy-invading expression

Session 2: September 13th 13.45 - 15.15 Room 1.5

   Session 2: International
2A   Eliza Varney (Keele)
        The UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities and the Regulation of ICTs
2B  Lawrence McNamara (Reading)
       The View from the Bench: Judicial Perspectives on Terrorism Cases and the Media

 

Session 3 September 14th 09.30 - 11.00 Room 1.5

Session 3: Journalism
3A  Damien Carney (Portsmouth)
       Should journalists have privilege?
3B  Karen McCullagh (UEA)
       A spotlight on the ‘dark arts' of investigative journalists
3C  Daithí Mac Síthigh (UEA)
      Broadcast bulletins: studying Ofcom decisions

 

Session 4 September 14th 11.30 - 13.00 Room 1.5

 

 

 

 

 

Abstracts

THE BENEFITS OF PRIVACY-INVADING EXPRESSION by Paul Wragg.
The UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities and the Regulation of ICTs by Eliza Varney.
Balancing Freedom of Expression and Privacy under Articles 10 and 8 of the ECHR: have the limits of Article 8 been reached? by Richard Stone .
“The View from the Bench: Judicial Perspectives on Terrorism Cases and the Media” by Lawrence McNamara.
A spotlight on the ‘dark arts’ of investigative journalists1 by McCullagh.
Should journalists have privilege? by Damian Carney.

Papers

The Benefits of Privacy-Invading Expression by Paul Wragg.

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