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November 2014 (PDF) As a UK-based organisation dedicated to the promotion of free speech and elimination of censorship worldwide, Index on Censorship is pleased to have the opportunity to provide feedback on the documents that proposed press regulator IMPRESS has drawn up ahead of its formal launch. Index also made
The Independent Press Standards Organisation (Ipso) does not yet meet all the requirements for an effective, voluntary self-regulator. But we should not let flaws in its current design be used as an excuse to turn to state regulation of the press – or to introduce a system that effectively makes
Three years ago this week, David Cameron announced that a public inquiry into phone hacking would be set up, under the guidance of Lord Justice Leveson. It may be difficult to imagine now, but this was generally seen as a positive step.
A response to the Media Standards Trust's Martin Moore
The press was last state licensed in 1643. But what others laws affected British citizens at the time?
In response to reports that the UK newspaper industry’s Royal Charter proposal will be rejected tomorrow, Index on Censorship Chief Executive Kirsty Hughes said today: Unconfirmed reports that the Privy Council will reject the newspaper industry’s royal charter proposal should not mean that the political party proposal for a regulator
The Royal Charter has raised grave concerns over damages and chilling effect on web users
The proposed powers of a new regulator seem unworkable, says Padraig Reidy
Grave concerns over damages and chilling effect on web users
"Two-thirds block on any changes to the royal charter could be abused in the future...today’s emerging consensus shows that the parties can come together in both houses to agree on press regulation."