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In this issue of zoom-in brief, Meghan Markle sues The Mail on Sunday over a letter to her father, singer Daniel Johns sues Sydney’s Sunday Telegraph over brothel allegations and Lord Hall reverses the BBC’s decision to uphold a complaint about Naga Munchetty.
In this issue of zoom-in brief, fashion brand Missguided is ordered to pay $2.7m damages to Kim Kardashian West; Tommy Robinson is given a prison sentence for contempt of court; and “released under investigation” by police cases still active for contempt purposes. (US) IP rights – Missguided to pay $2.7m damages to Kim Kardashian West [...]
In this issue of zoom-in brief, Britney Spears’ father sues a blogger for defamation; Barry Manilow wins copyright battle over film rights; and Channel 5 is found to have breached the Broadcasting Code over Sex Business films. Defamation - #FreeBritney Blogger sued by Britney’s father Editorial credit: Kathy Hutchins / Shutterstock.com Britney Spears Britney Spears’ [...]
The Summer edition of zoom-in magazine is out today. In this issue, reality TV comes under the spotlight after The Jeremy Kyle Show is cancelled; Prince Harry and Meghan Markle accept damages for breach of privacy; the ICO issues Indie with a huge fine; double Oscar-winner Simon Chinn answers 20 Questions and Media Haunts visits Sheffield ahead of the Sheffield Doc/Fest … plus much more. Enjoy!
In this issue of zoom-in brief, Sacha Baron Cohen claims first win in Roy Moore libel claim; News Corp, owner of Australian newspaper The Daily Telegraph, is to appeal Geoffrey Rush libel award; and California moves a step closer towards privacy legislation akin to the GDPR.
In this issue of zoom-in brief, Geoffrey Rush wins defamation claim in Australia; the High Court grants an injunction against Bloomberg over criminal investigation claims; and the Court of Appeal upholds judgment in Can’t Pay? We’ll Take it Away! privacy case.
In this issue of zoom-in brief, Ofcom rejects Michael Jackson documentary complaints; the ICO issues a tv indie a £120,000 fine over hospital filming; the Supreme Court rules on the words “tried to strangle” and the BBC settles a defamation claim from the Ukranian President.