DEFAULT
Social media and free speech
19 Dec 2012
BY EMILY BUTSELAAR
The director of public prosecutions has issued interim guidelines on when criminal charges should be brought against people posting offensive or abusive comments on social media networks

Social Media Dpp

5 responses to “Social media and free speech”

  1. […] Today, I talk to John Cooper QC about the CPS guidelines on Social Media. […]

  2. […] Today, I talk to John Cooper QC about the CPS guidelines on Social Media. […]

  3. […] got things underway by ridiculing the DPP's new social media prosecution guidelines, which he described as "the longest ever explanation of common sense I’ve […]

  4. […] about this storyYou can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed.« Social media and free speech • Tags: Azhar Ahmed, Communications Act 2003, Facebook, free expression, internet […]

  5. […] reaction so far to the new Twitter and Facebook social media prosecution guidelines from top media lawyers […]