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NUJ signs open letter to Rishi Sunak ahead of AI Summit

Union joins groups warning “communities and workers most affected by AI have been marginalised by the Summit.”

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30 Oct 2023
NUJ backs MPs’ recommendations on protection of copyright for creatives from AI developers

The Culture, Media and Sport Committee report advises the government against allowing text and data mining to contravene copyright laws.

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Privacy ruling will prevent journalists from “putting the conduct of companies and individuals under scrutiny”

The Supreme Court has ruled people have the right not be identified by the media until criminal charges are brought. 

Japan: foreign journalists to be tracked by GPS at Tokyo Olympics 

The NUJ said it was a direct attack on press freedom and privacy and urged the UK and Irish governments to defend journalists' rights to report on the games without this "outrageous impediment".  

16 Jun 2021
NUJ extra Privacy Policy

NUJ extra is committed to protecting the privacy of our beneficiaries and supporters.

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01 Mar 2021
Guidance for freelances on the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR)

Guidance on the business implications of GDPR obligations for freelances.

Submission to the Joint Committee on Justice and Equality General Scheme of the Communications (Data Retention) Bill 2017

The NUJ believes that the highest level of protection, under both Irish Constitutional and international law, must be afforded to journalists in respect of privacy in their communications.