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In this issue of zoom-in brief, Trump gets two-year Facebook ban; Australian MP settles defamation claim; ASA bans influencer debt advice posts....

In this issue of ZOOM-IN Brief, Childish Gambino sued over “This is America” song; Amber Heard pursues dismissal of Depp’s US defamation suit; and Nirvana in hellish copyright dispute....

In this issue of ZOOM-IN Brief, Arlene Foster sues Dr Christian Jessen over ‘affair’ Tweet; Mayoral candidate Lawrence Fox is sued for libel; ‘fair use’ in the USA comes under the spotlight in two copyright cases; and Ofcom takes no further action in relation to a Capital XTRA DJ’s pay-for-play requests....

In this issue of ZOOM-IN Brief, Lady Colin Campbell sues the Mirror for defamation; The Mail on Sunday ordered to publish a front page statement referring to Meghan’s copyright victory; whilst ITV removes ‘misleading headlines’ from Oprah with Meghan and Harry, following complaints....

zoom-in is back for 2021. As well as the usual quarterly round-up of media law winners and losers, news and analysis, we have loads of new features. We shine a spotlight on Meghan’s privacy win (pg.4); and debate whether Twitter banning Trump was an unwarranted violation of free speech (pgs 27-28)....

In this issue of zoom-in brief ….The Duchess of Sussex is granted summary judgment in her privacy claim against the Mail on Sunday; Mariah Carey is sued by her sister; and Ofcom cracks down on broadcasters....

We are delighted to announce that Mauny Wright has joined us from Tinopolis where she was head of legal to lead our growing TV Business Affairs team. She brings a wealth of creativity, knowledge and experience. Mauny has provided advice to numerous TV production companies over the years, including Fresh One and Jamie Oliver, Current TV, MTV, the Comedy Channel, Raw TV, Multi-Story, Firecracker, Pioneer and Mentorn, as well as working as a freelance consultant for many more....

In this issue of zoom-in brief …. Rachel Riley successfully strikes out defences to her libel claim; Ofcom rejects a privacy complaint against Channel 5; and the Duchess of Sussex seeks summary judgment against the Mail on Sunday....

In this issue of zoom-in brief ….Netflix reaches settlement on Enola Holmes’ Sherlock copyright claim; TV Indie has ICO data protection fine reduced from £120K to £20K over hospital filming; opera singer wins court battle over authorship of movie, Florence Foster Jenkins.....

In this issue of zoom-in brief: Prince Harry sues Mail on Sunday over Marines allegation; Ofcom privacy complaint over BBC’s Claimed and Shamed not upheld; Ofcom sanctions Birmingham’s New Style Radio over show promoting Covid-19 conspiracy theories; and changes to laws in England see some production staff now partially exempt from the requirement to quarantine when returning from abroad....

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 as a film shoot to bypass German Coronavirus rules....

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....