As the trial against a man accused of making a religiously aggravated attack against Celtic manager Neil Lennon continues, Judith Townend examines the Scottish bill intended to legislate against sectarianism and offensive behaviour at football matches
Max Mosley, Hugh Tomlinson QC, Suzanne Moore and David Price QC debated privacy, free speech and a feral press at Index on Censorship event
John Kampfner: Evidence to the BBC Radio 4 PM Privacy Commission
Judith Townend: New libel arbitration scheme promises to keep costs down
Eight Shia activists and opposition leaders have been sentenced to life imprisonment in Bahrain. They have been found guilty of plotting a coup in...
A US-based billionaire is using English courts to force American online publishers to expose the identity of users. Judith Townend reports
The position of the media reporting parliamentary injunction breaches is “astonishingly unclear” says Lord Neuberger. Judith Townend reports
British playwright Sir Tom Stoppard has highlighted the anomaly of Belarus’s “way of dictatorship”, with a special commendation at the Index on Censorship Freedom of Expression Awards
Two of the UK's largest internet service providers BT and TalkTalk challenged the legality of the Digital Economy Act 2010 in the High Court...
Judith Townend: Hyped up injunctions
Apple appears to have removed an application designed to provide "freedom from homosexuality through the power of Jesus", following widespread...