Free Speech in UK Law
- Battle Continues Over Free Speech At Universities
- Distinguishing Academic Freedom And Free Speech On Campus
- Tough New Measures Proposed To Protect Academic Freedom And Free Speech On Campus
- The New Campus Free Speech Bill ' What Universities Need To Know And Need To Do
- Charities, Free Speech & Hosting Speakers
- Who Are The True Defenders Of Free Speech And Who Are Its Real Foes?
Expert Report Highly Critical of UK Whistleblower Protection Laws, Calls for Urgently Needed Reforms
A recent report published by Blueprint for Free Speech and the Thomson Reuters Foundation has found that UK law “does not–and cannot–adequately protect whistleblowers.” The report, entitled “Protec......A recent report published by Blueprint for Free Speech and the Thomson Reuters Foundation has found that UK law “does ......
Protecting Whistleblowers in the UK – Is the Law Sufficient?
With instances of whistleblowing hitting the press on an ever-increasing basis, does UK law do enough to protect employees who blow the whistle on their employer’s wrongdoing? According to a new re......... to a new report published by the international NGO, Blueprint for Free Speech, and the Thomson Reuters Foundation (the “Report”), the answer ......
In Effort to Extradite UK Man in Piracy Case, DOJ Is Overreaching
A current anti-piracy case demonstrates the U.S. government’s intent to enforce its copyright laws not just beyond national borders, but beyond the extent of logic. The U.S. Department of Justice h......... websites, the department has set an alarming precedent with major free speech implications. . Richard O’Dwyer, who has never left the United ......
Fracking fracas – English Court of Appeal gives guidance on injunctions against persons unknown
When can the courts issue injunctions against people who cannot be identified but who they suspect may be intending to engage in a wrong?...... section 12(3) Human Rights Act 1998 (concerned with the right to freedom of expression) and, if so, whether such relief should be time-limited. . ... was a proportionate and necessary restriction on the right of free speech. The Court however refused to grant the University's application for a ......
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