Showing items tagged with 'internet'
14 July 2016: The campaign that stands against violent threats, misogyny and hate-based abuse online.
15 October 2014: NUJ Cardiff and South East Wales Branch and Cardiff University's Centre for Journalism Studies will explore media power at the launch of a new book on the subject edited by Granville Williams.
17 April 2014: Second in a deabte on ethics and society initiated by the President of Ireland, Michael D. Higgins.
11 April 2014: If publishers think content not worth paying for, why should readers pay for it, asks John Toner
8 October 2013: Leveson, royal charter(s), libel reform – UK law is changing and its impact on the internet is yet to become clear. The recent controversy over the possible inclusion of blogs in the new exemplary damages provisions in the Crime and Courts Bill illustrated some of the issues and concerns.
18 November 2010: Communications minister Ed Vaizey has told a the 2010 FT World Telecoms Conference that ISPs should be able to charge content providers to prioritise their traffic, thus promising a future two-tier internet with rich organizations dominating the provision of information and other services.
19 June 2009: The NUJ has joined the call for news media to be allowed to report freely on the demonstrations in Iran.