Media Law provides a succinct and lucid introduction to all areas of the law relating to print, broadcast and electronic media. It is an ideal text for all those working with, or in, the media world particularly writers, journalists, editors, advertisers, broadcasters, publishers, and law undergraduates and students studying media studies and journalism. Written in a clear and accessible format, this well-referenced text offers a practical insight into key media issues. * Diagrams, flow charts, bulleted lists and tables clarify complex issues and aid ease of use * A detailed glossary and lists of websites and addresses point to wider study * Extracts from the European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and the Press Complaint's Code of Practice provide key materials for study * A new chapter on privacy law will discuss cases such as Naomi Campbell v Mirror Group Newspapers and Michael Douglas & Catherine Zeta-Jones v Hello!
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