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The defamation truth defence is under fire
The truth defence in defamation proceedings is becoming increasingly complex and difficult for journalists to make out.
Australia
2 Sep 2019
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Esports – is it a sport, a business or both? We look at the legal issues circling this new, weird millennial thing called esports
Esports is competitive video gaming, a global industry that is tipped to have a market value of over $1 billion by 2020.
Australia
17 Sep 2018
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The Channel 7 recording: your questions answered
The meeting was the precursor to the dismissal of a cadet journalist, after she made a complaint of sexual harassment.
Australia
29 Sep 2017
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This is why open justice is broken
Suppression orders are often too broad, are unclear in their scope and terms and infringe too far on open justice.
Australia
30 Mar 2017
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Hinch in the Senate: what can you report about parliamentary proceedings?
Hinch used his first Senate speech to name 5 paedophiles whose identities are the subject of court suppression orders.
Australia
25 Sep 2016
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Now you see a Bachelorette... now you don't
Channel 10 lawyers rushed to court and managed to get an injunction forcing the Daily Mail to remove the winning photos.
Australia
30 Oct 2015
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You can call Barnaby Joyce a wanker in a radio interview. Well, Kyle Sandilands can. Oh the irony.
While ACMA thinks calling somebody a wanker is disrespectful, it doesn't breach the Commercial Radio Codes of Practice.
Australia
7 Sep 2015
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Food Fight! Is there copyright in a cooking show?
Channel Seven, producer of My Kitchen Rules, is suing Channel Nine, producer of Hotplate, for copyright infringement.
Australia
12 Aug 2015
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The fairytale comes to an end for Today FM
ACMA is responsible for granting and overseeing the licensing of all Australian radio and television broadcasters.
Australia
15 Mar 2015
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This is why you should worry about defamation
If you were under any misapprehension that defamation wasn't (a) serious business or (b) very bloody expensive, read on.
Australia
7 Dec 2014
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How to sue the ABC for fun and profit - hijacking the judicial process
Politics hijacked the legal proceedings and the merits of the defamation claim went out the window when the ABC settled.
Australia
19 Jun 2014
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Pirate attacks on Game of Thrones - the television series is only available (legally) via a Foxtel subscription!
The ACCC should run an anti-competitive conduct class action, so that the Game of Thrones is freely available.
Australia
23 Apr 2014
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Knock knock. Who's there? A Current Affair!
It's important to understand legal options relating to injunctions if the press falls on the wrong side of the line.
Australia
27 Mar 2012
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