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In this issue of zoom-in brief, cricketer Ben Stokes sues The Sun for breach of privacy, Californian judge rules Leaving Neverland claim to go to arbitration and Jerry Seinfeld successful in Comedians in Cars copyright claim...

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, Ariana Grande sues Forever 21 over lookalike campaign, Netflix Fyre Festival documentary faces another copyright claim and the BBC agrees to pay Sir Cliff £2m in legal costs....

The Autumn edition of zoom-in magazine is out today. In this issue, Ofcom propose new duty of care rules as reality TV continues to be under the spotlight; Michael Jackson fans launch a lawsuit against accusers; Katy Perry loses copyright infringement case; Janice Dickinson settles Bill Cosby defamation claim; IWC’s Creative Director Mark Downie answers 20 Questions and Media Haunts visits Edinburgh ahead of the TV Festival … plus much more. Enjoy! ...

In this issue of zoom-in brief, Times article about Ben Stokes’ prosecutor found to be defamatory; Heather Mills settles phone hacking claim; and Michael Jackson fans sue singer’s accusers in France. ...

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....

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....

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....

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....

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...

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....