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In this issue of zoom-in brief, Koo Stark wins damages over MTV ‘porn’ story; The Supreme Court gives landmark judgment on serious harm; and Australian police raids on the media are denounced as intimidation.

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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!

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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.

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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.

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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.

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In this issue of zoom-in brief, actress Tina Malone avoids prison over ‘Bulger killer photo’ Facebook post; Judge rules on meaning in barrister ‘death threat’ libel case without holding a hearing; and Academic Aleksandr Kogan sues Facebook over Cambridge Analytica allegations

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In this issue of zoom-in brief, The Sun fails to halt Johnny Depp’s libel action over ‘wife-beater’ article; Ofcom finds Can’t Pay? We’ll Take It Away! not in breach over repeated programme; whilst leading philosophy Professor wins £20,000 libel damages against Twitter user over “under-age botty sex videos” claim.

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The Spring edition of zoom-in magazine is out today. In this issue, Elton John and Liz Hurley settle their hacking claims; Gigi Hadid is sued for posting pictures of herself on Instagram; Ed Sheeran’s Let’s Get It On claim goes to trial; Proper Content’s David DeHaney answers 20 Questions and Media Haunts visits a new design-led hotel called The Dixon … plus much more. Enjoy!

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In this issue of zoom-in brief, Beth Tweddle takes legal action against Channel 4 show The Jump; the Supreme Court considers the meaning of the phrase ‘tried to strangle’

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In this issue of zoom-in brief, Chelsea Clinton settles a privacy claim over photographs of her children against Associated Newspapers; JonBenet Ramsey’s brother settles a defamation action against CBS

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