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Australian Media Law e6

Australian Media Law e6

By Sharon Rodrick, Jennifer Ireland, Brendan Clift and Lesley Power

Australian Media Law details and explains the complex case law, legislation and regulations governing media practice in areas as diverse as journalism, advertising, multimedia and broadcasting.

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    Australian Media Law details and explains the complex case law, legislation and regulations governing media practice in areas as diverse as journalism, advertising, multimedia and broadcasting. It examines the issues affecting traditional forms of media such as television, radio, film and newspapers and includes discussion on modern forms such as the internet, social media and digital technology, in a clear and accessible format.

    Issues and topics that are new to the sixth edition include:

    • Impending amendments to the uniform defamation legislation
    • Responses to the phenomenon of fake news
    • Revised foreign ownership regime
    • Proposed new online safety legislation
    • A new AANA Code of Ethics
    • The telecommunications data regime and its impact on journalists and their sources
    • An examination of recent decisions on free speech, defamation, confidentiality, negligence, advertising, vilification and contempt.

     

    The ACCC’s Digital Platform Inquiry has recommended a process to implement a harmonised media regulatory framework. As the Australian Government takes its first steps along this path, the sixth edition anticipates the shape of future reforms.

     

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    ISBN: 9780455243023

    Published: 2021

    Format: Softcover

     

  • Table of contents

    1. Introduction

    2. Free Speech

    3. Defamation

    4. Reporting Parliament and Elections

    5. Media and Open Justice

    6. Contempt of Court

    7. Confidentiality and Sources of Information

    8. Privacy

    9. Offensive Publications

    10. Media and National Security

    11. Negligence

    12. Copyright

    13. Advertising

    14. Regulation of the Media

    15. Media Ownership and Control

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