Opinion: Not all journalistic content should be exempt from the Online Safety Bill

by Dr Michael Fay & Dr Laura Higson-Bliss The traditional press has two roles, one as a check…


HACKED OFF: Reports of Government plans to repeal Section 40 of the Crime and Courts Act 2013

Commenting on reports that the Government will seek to repeal section 40 of the Crime and Courts Act…


Royal College of GPs: Media attacks on GPs threaten our relationship with patients

by Professor Martin Marshall Complaints handler the Independent Standards Organisation (IPSO) recently ruled an article in the national…


Former Hacked Off Director & MP Dr Evan Harris alleges “widespread illegality” at The Sun newspaper, as hacking claim is settled

A statement in open court was read today at the High Court in the phone hacking claim brought…


Exclusive: IPSO has never upheld a complaint of sexism against the press

Research by Emma Ireland Reportedly more than 5000 complaints have been made to IPSO, the complaints-handler controlled by…


Mail on Sunday journalist could lose lobby pass: “Sexism in the press is a cultural problem which cannot be addressed by confiscating the lobby pass of an individual journalist”

Responding to the Mail on Sunday’s coverage of Angela Rayner MP, and subsequent threats to remove the author’s…


The Misogyny of the Mail’s Base Instincts

By Emma Jones   Condemnation of Angela Rayner’s treatment by the Mail on Sunday – who published a…

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Russia Today set to benefit from press exemption to the Government’s Online Safety Bill

A Hacked Off investigation has revealed that Russia Today, the Russian media outlet accused of peddling Kremlin-backed disinformation,…

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