By Dominic Ponsford 24 May 7:59
Proposals to privatise the UK Land Registry are a threat to investigative journalism, according to trade body the News Media Association.
Google fights French legal ruling which would make right to be forgotten stories disappear worldwideBy PA Medialawyer and Press Gazette 23 May 15:44
Google has launched an appeal against a ruling by France’s data protection regulator that French law protecting the right to be forgotten applies not just in Francebut across the world.
Prince Harry loses IPSO complaint against Daily Mail over its report of 'completely untrue' Pippa romance storyBy Dominic Ponsford 23 May 11:38
Prince Harry has had a IPSO complaints against the Daily Mail and Mail Online over coverage of his love life rejected.
By Dominic Ponsford 20 May 7:59
The Sun said the Supreme Court has created a "cheaters' charter" by saying there was no public interest in its revelations about a celebrity's extra-marital threesome.
By Press Gazette 20 May 7:24
The Daily Star has been censured by press regulator IPSO after it said Prince Harry and Pippa Middleton were rumoured to be enjoying a "secret romance".
Supreme Court upholds threesome injunction: The Sun has shown no public interest in publication of 'prurient' storyBy Dominic Ponsford 19 May 9:42
The celebrity seeking to ban The Sun and others from revealing he was involved in an extra-marital threesome with another couple has had an injunction maintained by the Supreme Court pending a full trial.
Belmarsh prison 'whistleblower' who was 'given up' to police by Daily Mirror publisher appeals against convictionBy Dominic Ponsford 18 May 11:47
The Daily Mirror publisher's decision to hand over details of a journalist's prison service source to police was at the centre of a bid yesterday to overturn an Operative Elveden conviction.
IPSO shows it has backbone with Sun Brexit ruling, but editor's defiance undermines press self regulationBy Dominic Ponsford 18 May 10:01
IPSO today dealt a blow to those who have claimed the press regulator is the industry's "poodle" with a critical adjudication which has clearly left its biggest member newspaper fuming.
Defiant Sun editor Gallagher says he is right - Queen and IPSO wrong over 'misleading' Brexit front pageBy Dominic Ponsford 18 May 8:23
Sun editor Tony Gallagher today defiantly said IPSO and The Queen were wrong and he was right over a front-page headline saying "The Queen backs Brexit".
Sun fights another privacy legal gag: Brought by celebrity sued by hairdresser for 'sexual misconduct'By Dominic Ponsford 17 May 14:05
It has emerged that The Sun is involved in a third high-profile privacy legal fight – against a celebrity who wants to keep secret details of a legal complaint against him for sexual "misconduct".
After two-year legal battle, Met drops harassment notice issued against reporter for questioning criminalBy Dominic Ponsford 17 May 10:06
Croydon Advertiser reporter Gareth Davies has won his two-year battle to get a “prevention of harassment” notice against him rescinded.
New privacy injunction stops The Sun reporting on legal action brought by wealthy divorcee against 'abused' former girlfriendBy Dominic Ponsford 17 May 7:54
A fresh privacy injunction has been imposed on The Sun stopping it reporting the name of a woman being sued by her former partner - a wealthy divorcee.
By PA Mediapoint 16 May 14:41
A celebrity battling to stop a tabloid newspaper naming him in a story about his alleged extra-marital activities will find out this week if he is to remain anonymous.
Daily Mail publisher fined £40k and convicted of publishing information which could have identified VIP sex abuse complainantBy Dominic Ponsford 12 May 11:41
Daily Mail publisher Associated Newspapers was yesterday fined £40,000 for publishing information which might have identified a sexual assault complainant.
By Cleland Thom 11 May 19:39
Media websites’ legal protection for user-generated content on message boards could be under threat.
By Freddy Mayhew 11 May 16:28
Leaked internal emails have exposed Police Scotland’s unlawful attempts to access Sunday Mail journalists’ sources despite the nation’s police chief denying the incident to parliamentarians.
Sun crime reporter Anthony France clears 'first hurdle' in bid to get Operation Elveden conviction overturnedBy Freddy Mayhew 11 May 15:39
Sun crime reporter Anthony France, the only journalist to have been convicted under Operation Elveden, passed the first stage in having his conviction overturned by the Court of Appeal.
Panama papers law firm threatens legal action against journalists over latest release of leaked dataBy Dominic Ponsford 11 May 9:32
The law firm at the centre of the Panana Papers has threatened to take legal action against the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists over its release this week of leaked files.
By Press Gazette 09 May 8:52
Prince Harry has said "incessant" intrusions into his private life have made the line between his personal and public affairs "almost non-existent".
Former prostitute at centre of actor injunction regrets speaking to press six years ago: 'I was an idiot'By PA Mediapoint 06 May 13:43
The former prostitute at the centre of an injunction over claims that she slept with a famous British actor has said she regrets speaking to the press.