Privacy Laws and the Media - Audio

Privacy Laws and the Media - Audio

The Open University

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With privacy and libel cases on the increase, and the recent surge in ‘no win no fee’ law suits, is it now too easy to sue for defamation? And are our privacy laws now so restrictive that we risk extinguishing debate? Gary Slapper, Professor of Law at The Open University, and Frances Gibb, Legal Editor of The Times, discuss the need to balance individual privacy with free speech, and the ability of those in the media to express an opinion without...Read More
With privacy and libel cases on the increase, and the recent surge in ‘no win no fee’ law ...Read More