By PA Mediapoint and Press Gazette 23 July 11:28
The toddler son of singer Adele (pictured above, Reuters) has accepted a five-figure sum in damages in settlement of a privacy case brought by his parents over paparazzi photos of his "milestone moments".
By Cleland Thom 10 July 13:17
Police are to investigate the alleged assault and intimidation of a journalist who was taking photos after a road accident in Scotland.
By PA Mediapoint 25 June 8:18
The apology followed an incident on Monday when Evans was ordered by an official, who he initially thought was a police officer, to delete footage he had taken while covering a protest at Sheffield railway station by a group of pensioners.
Tributes to Fleet Street photographer who made his name covering 1980s glitterati, the late Gabor ScottBy Press Gazette 17 June 14:55
Fleet Street photographer Gabor Scott who chronicled the New Romantic pop scene in the 1980s and once pictured Prince Harry giving him 'the finger' has died aged 65.
Broadcast hack to news agency: We want your green puppy pictures. Money? We don't pay for content that's gone viralBy Axegrinder 13 June 15:17
Austria-based Central European News agency has had some excuses from media companies that want to re-use its hard-work for free, but this one from a US TV show takes the biscuit.
By PA Media Lawyer 12 June 15:18
Hannah Weller said she wanted other parents to join her and "take a stand for all our children".
By Dominic Ponsford 10 June 9:31
The Express and Star has won lottery funding to begin digitizing an archive of one million photographs dating back a century.
By William Turvill 10 June 9:11
More than ten Local World photographers are facing losing their jobs, according to the National Union of Journalists. Staff photographers on West Country titles are said to have been asked to accept zero-hours-style freelance contracts instead to carry on working for the publisher. But the union has said that if they want to become "freelance consultants" with Local World, they will not receive redundancy payments.
By Dominic Ponsford 27 May 9:13
British newspapers have declined to publish a revealing photo of the Duchess of Cambridge which has appeared in German tabloid newspaper Bild.
Sun editor David Dinsmore says Leveson has left 'banana republic' level of secrecy in British public lifeBy Dominic Ponsford 20 May 16:17
Sun editor David Dinsmore has claimed that the 2012 Leveson Inquiry has left a “layer of secrecy in British public life that a banana republic would be proud of”.
By William Turvill 19 May 9:19
Rooney, 28, was on holiday with his wife Coleen, 28, and their two sons, Kai, four, and Klay, one this week, before starting training with England before the World Cup today. He tweeted yesterday: “Disgusting that English press have flew out to Portugal to follow me while I'm with my children.”
By Press Gazette 15 May 8:24
A Times reporter has been shot and a photographer badly beaten after they were double-crossed and kidnapped by rebel fighters in Syria, the paper reported tonight. Anthony Loyd was shot twice in the leg, while photographer Jack Hill was assaulted after he tried to escape from their captors in Tall Rifat, near the Turkish border.
By William Turvill 14 May 8:31
The French presidential palace announced Camille Lepage, 26, from Angers, was discovered by French troops in the Bouar region of the country.
By William Turvill 13 May 12:14
The Guardian is the only UK national newspaper to have concealed the faces of the kidnapped Nigerian schoolgirls who feature in a video released yesterday which apparently came from terror group Boko Haram.
By Dominic Ponsford 08 May 11:19
The Press Complaints Commission has upheld a harassment complaint against a photographer and reporter working for an agency commissioned by the Sunday People.
Australian media 'crashes in' on private moment for William and Kate ignoring Kensington Palace requestBy Dominic Ponsford 22 April 10:19
The Australian media has been accused of invading the privacy of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge photographing them on private property during their day off.
Judge orders Mail Online to pay £10k damages to Paul Weller's children over use of unpixelated picturesBy Dominic Ponsford 16 April 12:08
The photographs were taken on 16 October 2012 by an unnamed photographer in Santa Monica, Los Angeles, and showed Weller and the children out shopping in the street, and relaxing at a café on the edge of the street.
Questions for Mirror over use of 2009 picture of crying US child for front page British poverty storyBy William Turvill 16 April 10:31
According to blogger Dan Barker, this photo was uploaded on to Flickr in 2009 and sold to the Mirror by Getty Images. It apparently shows a young girl called Anne who was upset because she lost an earthworm who she had befriended.
By William Turvill 15 April 13:32
The Daily Mirror wrongly claimed a front page picture of a giant rat was taken in Liverpool.
Rex Features at 60: The need for speed, the Leveson 'paparazzi' backlash and the great digital opportunityBy Paul McNally 12 April 14:11
The photo agency that claims to be the first to have snapped Charles and Camilla together in public is celebrating its 60th anniversary - and despite falling prices and growing competition, it has its sights set on growth and expanding to new markets around the world.