Showing items tagged with 'privacy'
7 August 2017: This Association of British Science Writers course will cover: libel;copyright; privacy and confidentiality; data protection; and media regulation.
7 December 2016: Conference for lens-focused members which will discuss the future & developments of press photography.
4 February 2015: It is now time for political parties to commit to a full and proper public debate on surveillance and draft new laws that include safeguards for journalists, their materials, data and sources.
26 January 2015: Just like the RIPA powers in the UK, WikiLeaks staff had communications secretly raided by US authorities and only found out much later.
20 January 2015: The Law Society, Bar Council, The British Association of Social Workers and National Union of Journalists (NUJ) have come together to express a shared concern in response to the current proposals contained in the draft code of practice for RIPA.
5 January 2015: The NUJ Photographers' council has called a campaign for a law to prevent the press from publishing photographs of children without parental consent "simplistic, dangerous, wrong in principle" and "unworkable".
20 November 2014: Rich Peppiatt's One Rogue Reporter is a 90-minute film which turns the tables on tabloid editors by door-stepping them and asking them hilarious but pointed questions about their papers' standards - and lack of them. The film will be screened at the Electric Cinema, Birmingham, followed by a FREE drink/discussion with the author at Cherry Reds bar afterwards.
18 September 2014: The ICO guide explains how the Data Protection Act applies to journalism and explains the role of the Information Commissioner's Office.
1 May 2014: The vital role of journalism in democratic society was stressed by the Chief Justice of Ireland Mrs Justice Susan Denham at an NUJ seminar held in Dublin to mark World Press Freedom Day.
16 May 2013: Author Alan Pearce writes about the dangers of online surveillance for journalists.