The Journalist's Handbook on Libel and Privacy

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Free Press, 1986 - Law - 262 pages
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Provides information on how to avoid libel proceedings, describes recent cases, and analyses news stories, features editorials, and cartoons to show how they meet or fail legal standards

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Libel and privacy are complex and dangerous areas of law for journalists. Standards are constantly shifting and verdicts often turn on subjective interpretation. Dill's guide sorts out the key issues ... Read full review

Contents

A Deliberate or Reckless Libel
33
Careful Reporting and Editing
63
How to Use the Opinion Privilege
98
Copyright

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