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25 Feb 2015
The case was the first in which the court had dealt with the use by journalists of hidden cameras to provide public information on a subject of general interest, when the person filmed was targeted not in any personal capacity but as a representative of a particular professional category.
Sun's Duncan Larcombe tells court he's done nothing wrong: 'I still have to be convinced why I'm sitting here'20 Feb 2015
Duncan Larcombe is on trial over his dealings with then Colour Sergeant John Hardy who was allegedly paid more than £23,700 for providing information on the princes and others on 34 occasions.
19 Feb 2015
Sky News journalist Martin Brunt has been called to give evidence at the inquest next month into the death last October of 63-year-old mother-of-two Brenda Leyland.
17 Feb 2015
The Metropolitan Police complained about a section of the programme featuring a reporter interviewing members of the public about the issue.
16 Feb 2015
A former News of the World reporter accused over his dealings with a soldier in Prince Harry's regiment told jurors that Clarence House had the power to "blacklist" him if relations had turned sour.
11 Feb 2015
GCHQ's former legal director has admitted that journalists' communications with their sources were barely considered when the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act was drafted. (Picture: Shutterstock)
06 Feb 2015
Sir Gerry Loughran sued the newspaper's publisher over its coverage of a Public Account Committee report that criticised a company set up to provide a cutting-edge building for new biotech firms.
IPSO rejects Saudi princess's complaints about Sunday Telegraph story on her 'unruly' golden retriever03 Feb 2015
A complaint by a Saudi princess that The Sunday Telegraph breached three clauses of the Editors' Code of Practice with a story about her golden retriever dog has been rejected by the Independent Press Standards Organisation. (Stock picture: Shutterstock)
22 Jan 2015
Coulson, 46, and former News of the World royal editor Clive Goodman, 57, are jointly charged with two counts of conspiracy to commit misconduct in a public office in relation to payments to police officers for the books containing Palace contacts.
JK Rowling lawyer accuses Daily Mail of 'nit picking' in dispute over wording of statement in open court22 Jan 2015
Associated Newspapers does not dispute that Rowling is entitled to such a move - where the claimant alone makes a statement - but objects to a number of terms in the proposed draft.
16 Jan 2015
Demand is high for the magazine's new issue, which carries a front cover cartoon of a crying Prophet Muhammad, in the wake of last week's attack that saw gunmen kill 12 people at its offices.
15 Jan 2015
A senior coroner is to ask for a fresh inquest to take place into the death of a 13-month-old girl after a challenge from news organisations.
Google says it is not a 'publisher' as it fights Max Mosley UK claim over continuing availability of sex party pics15 Jan 2015
Google has asked the High Court to throw out a legal action brought by former Formula One boss Max Mosley over the continuing availability on the search engine of images of him at a sex party.
BBC director-general tells staff to spend 'every penny of the licence fee as if it were your own' ahead of charter review15 Jan 2015
BBC director-general Tony Hall has warned staff the corporation's independence will be challenged and it will face "naked bullying" in the run-up to the general election and next year's charter review.
07 Jan 2015
Ofcom launched its investigation after the corporation used footage from a Russian broadcaster which showed an open passport belonging to a woman who died in the crash.
24 Dec 2014
The former Army private, in her 20s, accepted a conditional caution for misconduct in a public office with the condition that she pays £40 to a charity connected with the armed services.
22 Dec 2014
A judge decided that the media could identify a family involved in a tug-of-love row after concluding that full reporting might help prevent other estranged parents from attempting to abduct their own children.
Judge 'extremely surprised' at police reluctance to let media name and shame men who sexually exploited girl17 Dec 2014
The judge who decided that men being made subject to injunctions banning them from having contact with a girl they were alleged to have exploited sexually could be identified in the media has said he was "extremely surprised" at the stance taken by West Midlands Police.
10 Dec 2014
An investigation was launched into a breach of photography rules after pictures of Tory Nigel Mills appeared in The Sun on Monday - forcing him to issue an apology.
British journalist found guilty of contempt in Bangladesh for questioning official death toll figure02 Dec 2014
The court ruled today that a 2011 blog post and two other articles by David Bergman offended the nation and ordered him to pay a fine of 5,000 Takas (£41) or go to jail for a week.