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The latest issue of the Communications Law Bulletin will be out to CAMLA members shortly. In this issue: Australia’s Right to Know, Eli Fisher, co-editor, sits down with some of the individuals at the forefront of Australian investigative reporting and press freedom.
“Something More, Something Less”: The Contemporary Meaning of Open Justice
Speech by The Hon T F Bathurst AC, Chief Justice of New South Wales at CAMLA’s Open Justice seminar.
Please Takedown Facebook (strike that, reverse it)
Hannah Marshall and Sophie Ciufo, Marque Lawyers, survey the social media landscape.
Defamation Law and the Search Engine Operator Exception
Cheng Vuong, sessional academic at Swinburne Law School, presents his paper which won the 2019 CAMLA Essay Competition.
Royals and the Right to Privacy: Comment on the Recent Claim by the Duchess of Sussex
By Claire Roberts, Eight Selborne
CAMLA President’s Report
By Martyn Taylor, Norton Rose Fulbright
CAMLA Young Lawyers Committee Report
By Katherine Sessions, eSafety Commissioner
ACCC Seeks to Restore Balance in the Media Industry
Tess McGuire, graduate at MinterEllison, discusses the final report of the ACCC’s Digital Platform Inquiry.
Consumer and Citizen Engagement in Self-regulation and Co-regulation: An Industry Stock Take
Karen Lee and Derek Wilding, University of Technology Sydney, report on their research into the ways consumers and citizens have been
involved in rule-making in the Australian advertising, media, online and telecommunications sectors.
We hope you enjoy reading this issue and welcome any feedback.