Brussels, 21 May 2013. The European Parliament today adopted a report designed to reinforce media freedom and pluralism across the EU. The report ‘EU Charter: Structure setting for Media Freedom across the EU’, was carried by 539 votes (with 70 against and 78 abstentions). Read the rest of this entry »
The latest reforms to UK libel law will encourage greater freedom of expression, believes Robert Sharpe, Head of Campaigns & Communications at English PEN. In a useful and informative article, he explains the new UK Defamation Act 2013 and discusses how it may develop in practice. Read more on this entry.
Agent Hunter is not, as I first thought, some new software program to help find spyware on your laptop. Rather, it is a useful way of finding the literary agent who will assist you in showing your beautiful mind to (hopefully) an admiring audience. Read more on this entry – Members’ section.
From a recent debate in the UK Parliament’s House of Lords on the report from the Leveson Inquiry: Read the rest of this entry »
Brussels, 21/02/2013. The European Parliament’s Civil Liberties Committee adopted today the report by ALDE MEP Renate Weber (PNL, Romania) on an “EU Charter: Standard settings for Media Freedom across the EU”. Read more on this entry.
Brussels, 06 December 2012. The European Commission today published a new set of guidelines for EU officials who wish to expose what they may see as mismanagement, fraud or corruption. Read more on this entry.