By PA Media Lawyer 03 July 15:18
Sarah Hannon only became aware four years later of the precise circumstances of how the article in the newspaper came to be published, solicitor Nicola McCann told Mr Justice Mann at London's High Court.
By William Turvill 03 July 13:36
The Sun has told how darts champion Phil “The Power” Taylor attempted to prevent it from publishing an interview with his daughters
Nationals censured by IPSO over misleading court coverage, regionals cleared over reports of same storyBy Dominic Ponsford 03 July 10:49
Three national newspapers have been censured by press regulator IPSO over inaccurate reports of a court case.
153 Met Police staff investigated over media leaks in ten years - probes more than doubled in Leveson yearsBy William Turvill 03 July 8:05
The frequency of Metropolitan Police press leak investigations nearly tripled in the year the Leveson Inquiry started, new figures show. Between 2005 and 2010 there were no more than ten probes carried out by the force in any one year. However, it 2011 - the year the phone-hacking scandal erupted and the Leveson Inquiry was started - there were 27.
By PA Media Lawyer 02 July 17:22
The News Media Association - which represents the national, regional and local newspaper and magazine industries - has called on the Independent Police Complaints Commission to reconsider its rejection of a complaint by a reporter who was issued with a harassment notice.
Neil Wallis: 'After four years of utter hell and devastation the case against me was: Well, he must have known'By Dominic Ponsford 02 July 12:14
Despite being found not guilty of hacking, former News of the World deputy editor Neil Wallis says the prosecution has cost him his life savings, his marriage and four years of his life.
Three years after arrest, ex-News of the World journalist Alex Marunchak says he has been left in English 'Guantanamo'By Dominic Ponsford 02 July 9:38
Former News of the World senior executive editor Alex Marunchak has said that he is stuck in a sort of English “Guantanamo” nearly three years after his arrest on suspicion of computer hacking.
By PA Mediapoint and Press Gazette 01 July 12:37
Former News of the World editor Andy Coulson's deputy broke down in tears as he was found not guilty of being part of a plot to hack phones in the race for scoops.
By PA Media Lawyer 01 July 10:49
Media organisations have challenged the continuing restrictions on reporting a terrorism trial which was held in conditions of unprecedented secrecy.
Max Clifford asks High Court to throw out former royal butler's confidentiality claim over fax sent to NoWBy PA Media Lawyer 30 June 9:49
Disgraced publicist Max Clifford has asked the High Court to throw out a claim by former royal butler Paul Burrell that he breached his confidentiality by passing personal details about him to the News of the World.
By PA Media Lawyer 30 June 9:48
The jury in the hacking trial of Neil Wallis, former deputy to News of the World editor Andy Coulson has yet to reach a verdict after retiring on Thursday.
By Dominic Ponsford 29 June 10:52
The Herald in Glasgow has been told by press regulator IPSO to apologise to a man who featured in an inaccurate story about a libel case.
Broadmoor nurse jailed for two years after being paid £24,000 for stories by News of the World and MirrorBy PA Mediapoint 29 June 8:51
A mental health nurse at Broadmoor high security hospital has been jailed for two years for selling stories about some of Britain's most notorious killers to the News of the World and Mirror newspapers.
Reports of serious crimes among 76 BBC news story links removed this year by Google under 'right to be forgotten'By Dominic Ponsford 26 June 10:30
The BBC has published links to nearly 200 of its news stories which have been excluded from Google search results in Europe following the “right to be forgotten” ruling.
Trinity Mirror doubles structural cost savings target to £20m citing 'more challenging revenue environment'By William Turvill 26 June 9:15
Trinity Mirror has increased its cost savings target for the year from £10m, set in March, to £20m.
By Dominic Ponsford 25 June 16:10
A year on from the end of the hacking trial both News Corp and Scotland Yard have declined to comment on whether or not News Corp chairman Rupert Murdoch has yet been questioned by police.
Daily Mail warns that 'thinking time' and 'spending limit' changes could further 'water down' Freedom of Information ActBy William Turvill 25 June 12:03
Earlier this week, campaigners claimed that proposals from Justice Secretary Michael Gove would "significantly restrict" the act.
More than 500 journalists, politicians and press freedom supporters urge Met to cancel reporter's harassment warningBy William Turvill 25 June 8:37
More than 500 journalists, politicians and press freedom campaigners have signed a petition calling on the Metropolitan Police to cancel a harassment warning letter issued to a Croydon Advertiser reporter.
By Cleland Thom 24 June 21:45
The Government's plans to introduce a UK Bill of Rights has received a mixed reception. But if the proposed legislation included the guaranteed freedom of the press, I'd be all for it.
Press Gazette launches petition urging Met Police to cancel harassment warning letter issued to reporterBy Dominic Ponsford 24 June 12:32
Press Gazette has launched a petition urging Metropolitan Police commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe to cancel a Police Information Notice harassment warning given to Croydon Advertiser reporter Gareth Davies.