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In this issue of zoom-in brief: ‘Wagatha Christie’ – court finds Tweet did accuse Rebekah Vardy of giving stories to The Sun; French media opposed to legislation which could ban filming of police; and Matrix 4 stands accused of trying to disguise a wrap party...

In this issue of ZOOM-IN Brief, Johnny Depp loses ‘wife-beater’ libel case; Channel 4’s When Cruises Go Wrong privacy complaint is not upheld by Ofcom; and Manchester United footballer wins injunction following pregnancy disclosure....

zoom-in is Abbas Media Law’s quarterly magazine. Aimed principally at programme-makers working in television and film production, each quarter zoom-in brings you a round-up of interesting legal and regulatory decisions, as well as the latest media law and compliance news affecting broadcasters and indies. ...

In this issue of zoom-in brief, Nicki Minaj wins part one of her copyright battle with singer Tracy Chapman; Ofcom rejects Can’t Pay? We’ll Take It Away! complaints; and prominent US attorney Alan Dershowitz sues CNN....

In this issue of zoom-in brief, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex bring privacy claim over pictures of baby Archie; President Trump is sued by Eddy Grant over unlicensed use of Electric Avenue; and the journalist behind a Melania Trump article written for the Daily...

In this issue of zoom-in brief, clothing maker seeks declaration over David Bowie shoes; hotel chain Marriott face class action lawsuit after data breach; and claim that Star Trek infringed videogame concept is dismissed....

In this issue of zoom-in brief, Meghan Markle obtains orders protecting the identity of five friends in her claim against the Mail on Sunday; Rachel Riley and Tracy-Ann Oberman withdraw their libel claim against barrister; Google is fined €600,000 over right to be forgotten complaint;...

In this issue of zoom-in brief, Roy Moore’s case against Sacha Baron Cohen gets the go ahead to proceed;Our Cops in the North fairness and privacy complaint is not upheld by Ofcom; Sydney’s Daily Telegraph loses its appeal in Geoffrey Rush defamation case; and Channel...

In this issue of zoom-in brief, Katie Price to pay £25,000 to ex-husband for misuse of private information; US court overturns $3m Katy Perry Dark Horse copyright award; and Ofcom finds Channel 5 in breach for The Sex Business. ...

In this issue of zoom-in brief, Johnny Depp’s pre-trial review hearing takes place at the High Court ahead of his libel trial against The Sun; details of family court judgments published after UK Supreme Court refuses to hear appeal from Dubai’s ruler; and beautician wins...