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NUJ joins calls for an immediate investigation into the deaths of all journalists.
The union welcomed a High Court ruling against the Metropolitan Police, preventing their access to confidential journalistic material.
Séamus Dooley, NUJ Irish secretary, describes Sinn Féin TD Chris Andrews' legal proceedings against political journalist Harry McGee and the Irish Times as a "sinister development."
Images of the Israel-Hamas war generated using artificial intelligence without clear labelling risk the erosion of public confidence in photography.
NUJ comments on clauses related to the exclusion of the public and restrictions on members of the press attending trials. We are concerned about the impact changes will have on journalists including court reporters facing considerable changes to their ability to report trials if proposals are enacted.
The NUJ has reaffirmed its position that AI is no substitute for journalism, following publication of an AI generated story titled “Should refugees in Ireland go home?”
NUJ condemns unlawful surveillance of Barry McCaffrey by the Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) and calls for an open hearing into events.
The union's Ethics council has called for an end to the practice after Conservative party pledges appeared on a recent release.
The union’s Ethics and Disabled Members councils have urged the regulator to insist on ethical reporting.
Dooley states NUJ members and their colleagues in RTÉ are “shellshocked” at the breakdown of expenditure released by the RTÉ Executive Board to Oireachtas Committees this morning.