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Law and the Media 4th ed (eBook)

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Edited by: Philip Alberstat, Tom Cassels, Estelle Overs

ISBN13: 9781136024412
ISBN: 024051629X
Published: May 2002
Publisher: Butterworth-Heinemann
Country of Publication: UK
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Tom Crone's classic text has been thoroughly revised by an impressive team of legal experts. It provides an essential source of reference for the key legal issues encountered by those who work in the media such as journalists, editors and producers, as well as media lawyers. Topics covered include: Protection of Reputation Copyright and Rights Clearance New Media Breach of Confidence and Privacy The Data Protection Act 1998 Reporting Restrictions, Contempt of Court and Protection of Journalistic Sources The Freedom of Information Act 2000 and Official Secrets Professional Regulatory Bodies and Advertising The Human Rights Act 1998 The Law in Scotland and the United States of America Comprehensive supplementary reference material is also provided, including a glossary of legal terms, addresses, telephone numbers and web sites of professional bodies, and specimen agreements including interview agreements and moral rights waivers. With contributions from: Terence Bergin, Marietta Cauchi, Jane Colston, Mark Cranwell, Charles de Fleurieu, Simon Dowson-Collins, David Green, Peter Grundberg, Rebecca Handler, Joanna Ludlam, Rosalind McInnes, Hugh Tomlinson and John Wadham.

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Subjects:
Media and Entertainment Law, eBooks
Contents:
Introduction
Defamation
Blasphemy, seditious Libel and criminal law
Copyright
New media
Rights clearance
Breach of confidence
The Data Protection Act 1998
The 'new' right to privacy
Reporting restrictions
Contempt of court
Protection of journalistic sources
Prior restraint
Obscenity, indecency and incitement to racial hatred
Freedom of information
Official secrets
Parliamentary proceedings and elections
Professional regulatory bodies
Advertising
The Human Rights Act 1998
The law in Scotland
The law in the United States of America
Appendix A: Glossary of terms
Appendix B: Professional bodies
Appendix C: Specimen agreements
Bibliography