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Union views on the role of artificial intelligence, impartiality and trust in news and necessary changes to the Media Bill are among themes discussed in our evidence.
NUJ submission to the Communications and Digital Committee call for evidence on large language models
Strong regulatory frameworks with sanctions for AI firms when rights breaches occur, is just one of the union's calls to government on artificial intelligence. The NUJ has expressed its grave concern over the scraping of content without due regard for the moral rights and copyright of jorunalists.
NUJ submission on necessary provisions required in defamation law and detail on the use and harm of strategic lawsuits against public participation (SLAPPs).
The NU's submission to the Ofcom investigation into the proposed acquisition by Redbird IMI Media Joint Venture, LCC of the Telegraph Media Group Limited and whether this transaction could raise public interest concerns in relation to the need for accurate presentation of news and the need for free expression of opinion in newspapers.
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 imbalance between platforms and publishers has resulted in large companies including tech giants generating advertising revenue and attracting users without providing a share of profits back to publishers.
Union's response to government's artificial intelligence paper "A pro-innovation approach to AI regulation."
NUJ briefing on the Online Security Bill, highlighting concerns including on technology platforms accessing confidential messages and placing sources at risk.
NUJ submission to the ICO's second consultation on draft Data protection and journalism code of practice
Read the union's full submission highlighting concerns about advice for journalists outlined in the code, including the way in which it is presented.
The BBC is cutting the World Service’s budget by £28.5m per year from April 2023, with 382 posts (almost one in five) to go. This NUJ briefing explains the impact of the cuts to the service.