Thursday, 29 November 2012

Your Poor Ethics Destroyed Your Rights - And Ours

Thursday 29 November 2012 09.29 GMT

Leveson report published and Brooks and Coulson in court - live coverage

LiveLive coverage as Lord Justice Leveson publishes his long-awaited report into the culture and ethics of the press

Thursday 29 November 2012 13.55 GMT

Leveson report calls for new press law

• Inquiry recommends new regulator with statutory backstop
• McCanns and Dowlers had 'devastating' experiences
• Hunt gave a 'perception of bias' in contacts with News Corp

Leveson Report: the key points at a glance

Executive summary


Lord Justice Leveson calls for new laws to curb 'mob rule' on the internet

Now Leveson wants new laws to regulate internet: Judge's broadside at Twitter and Google as he calls for end of web 'mob rule

Twitter law plea


PUBLISHED: 00:30, 7 April 2013 | UPDATED: 00:31, 7 April 2013

'Secret law' storm as police chiefs ban public from knowing who they arrest: Shock new blanket ban in the wake of Leveson report angers civil liberty groups who condemn threat to democracy

">Under new ACPO guidance forces to be banned from naming suspects,
>The legal risk of incorrect identification will stop the media naming suspects,
>The police plan for 'secret arrests' is opposed by the Law Commission."

ACPO mulls nationwide no-names media policy for those arrested by police

Plans to keep names of suspects secret being considered

Now two of our top judges back secret arrests: Grave threat to open justice warns campaigners

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