Showing items tagged with 'production order'
10 July 2020: The judgment on No Stone Unturned case endorsed the protection of sources and NUJ code
29 January 2019: Despite repeated warnings of the dangers contained in the Crime (Overseas Production Orders) Bill, the government has ignored them.
17 July 2015: Union responds to High Court ruling on surveillance laws, the Interception of Communications Commissioner’s report and the terms of reference for the Pitchford inquiry.
Journalists, surveillance and the police: How can the secret state learn to live with the fourth estate?
31 March 2015: The union is committed to campaign for a shield law for journalists, one that is fit for purpose and part of new legislation.
14 October 2014: An international conference has been organised to discuss concerns about mass surveillance of the media and to explore practical steps for safeguarding journalists and their sources.
3 February 2014: The NUJ is calling on MPs to support a reasoned amendment tabled by Caroline Lucas, Jonathan Edwards, John McDonnell and Jeremy Corbyn.
19 April 2013: The Greater Manchester Police (GMP) production order application for journalistic video footage concluded at Manchester Crown Court on Wednesday 17 April 2013.
11 February 2013: Greater Manchester Police have applied for a production order with a hearing on Monday 18 February compelling NUJ member and video journalist Jason N. Parkinson to hand over footage to the police.
5 December 2012: The NUJ has expressed grave disappointment at the decision of a court in Northern Ireland to compel photographers to hand over footage of the riots in Belfast on 12 July 2012.
13 August 2012: The NUJ continues to campaign hard for the protection of journalistic sources - a vital principle contained in the union's code of conduct.