Media and Communications
Programme and Papers

Any available abstracts and papers are listed below the programme:


Session 1: Tuesday 9 September 2014 14.00-15.30 Room

1A       Peter Coe (Aston)

            The Defamation Act 2013: We Need to Talk about Corporate Reputation

1B       Sarah Gale (City)

             Qualified Privilege in Defamation and the Evolution of the Doctrine of Reportage

1C       Hilary Young (New Brunswick)

            Five Years After Grant: The Scope of Canada’s Responsible Communication Defence


Session 2: Tuesday 9 September 2014 16.00-17.30 Room

2A       Paul Wragg (Leeds)

            Liberty and the Press          

2B       Päivi Korpisaari (Helsinki)

            The Finnish model of media self-regulation and freedom of speech from the legal                                   point of view

2B       Andrew Kenyon (Melbourne)

            How to be Positive: Respecting and Protecting Free Speech    

2C        Irini Katsirea (Middlesex)

             The EU and Public Service Broadcasting: From Foes to Friends?

  


Session 3 Wednesday 10 September 2014 09.00-10.30 Room

3A       Tom Lewis (Nottingham Trent)

             Strasbourg’s U-turn on political advertising bans in the broadcast media: Animal                                Defenders International v United Kingdom

3B       David Reader (East Anglia)

              ‘Deciding who Decides’: Is Ofcom best-placed to rule on UK media ownership?

3C       Päivi Korpisaari (Helsinki)

             The Finnish model of media self-regulation and freedom of speech from the legal                                   point of view

 

 


Session 4 Wednesday 10 September 2014 14.00-15.30 Room

4A       Denis Muller (Melbourne) and Judith Townend (City)

            The Get Guido clause? A comparative analysis of online news regulation in the UK                             and Australia            

4B       Alan Durant (Middlesex)

            U and non-U tube: creativity, reputation and Internet take-down

4C       Clifford Fisher and Saran Mishra (Purdue)

            US Constitutional Protections Under the 1st Amendments, Differences Between States     

Abstracts

U. S. Constitutional Protections Under the 1st Amendments, Differences Between States: Media by Fisher et al.
Qualified Privilege in Defamation and the Evolution of the Doctrine of Reportage by Sarah Gale.
Strasbourg’s U-turn on political advertising bans in the broadcast media: Animal Defenders International v United Kingdom by Tom Lewis.
Liberty and the Press by Paul Wragg.
U and nonU by Alan Durant.
Liberty and the Press by Paul Wragg.
THE FINNISH MODEL OF MEDIA SELF-REGULATION AND FREEDOM OF SPEECH FROM THE LEGAL POINT OF VIEW by Päivi Korpisaari.
The EU and Public Service Broadcasting: From Foes to Friends? by Irini Katsirea.
The Get Guido clause? A comparative analysis of online news regulation in the UK and Australia by Denis Muller.
Five Years After Grant: The Scope of Canada’s Responsible Communication Defence by Hilary Young .
How to be Positive: Respecting and Protecting Free Speech by Andrew Kenyon.
‘Deciding who Decides’: Is Ofcom best-placed to rule on UK media ownership? by David Reader.
The Defamation Act 2013: We Need to Talk about Corporate Reputation by Peter Coe*.
The Defamation Act 2013: We Need to Talk about Corporate Reputation by Peter Coe*.

Papers

The Get Guido Clause? A comparative analysis of online news regulation in the UK and Australia by Denis Muller.
U. S. Constitutional Protections Under the 1st Amendments, Differences Between States: Media by Fisher,Putman,Mishra.
U. S. Constitutional Protections Under the 1st Amendments, Differences Between States: Media by Fisher,Putman,Mishra.
LIBERTY AND THE PRESS by PAUL WRAGG.

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