Who would have thought Hacked Off would rescue journalists?

Dominic Crossley, partner in the Dispute Resolution department and specialist privacy and media law expert, writes that freedom of expression is a noble cause, it is also a battleground and questions what does it really mean and where are its boundaries in his article "Who would have thought Hacked Off would come to the rescue of journalists?", first published on PR Week online on 3 March 2015. 

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10 March 2015


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Who would have thought Hacked Off would rescue journalists?