Book review: ethical media policy versus freedom of the press: regulation after Leveson and Prince Harry.
LSE Review of Books
(29 Aug 2012)
When The Sun newspaper published naked photos of Prince Harry last week, other publications shied away, not wanting to embroil themselves in issues of Royal privacy under Lord Leveson’s watchful eye. Rupert Murdoch claimed that there was a “clear public interest” in publishing the photographs “in order for the debate around them to be fully informed”. In his new book, Petros Iosifidis calls for global media policies which are both ethical and driven by public interest. Can we have both? Gwyneth Sutherlin looks closer.
Global Media and Communication Policy. Petros Iosifidis. Palgrave. August 2012.
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