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Tugendhat & Christie: The Law of Privacy and the Media, Second Edition

By James Price QC, Jonathan Barnes, Adam Wolanski, Adam Speker, Richard Munden, Yuli Takatsuki & Anna Coppola

Publisher: Oxford University Press
Date of Publication: 17 Mar 2011


Edited by Mark Warby QC, 5RB, Dr. Nicole Moreham, Senior Lecturer, Victoria University, Wellington, New Zealand, and Iain Christie, 5RB.

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The Book: The second edition of Tugendhat & Christie on The Law of Privacy and the Media.  This authoritative text, first published in 2002, has become established as the standard work of reference on the subject. The book has frequently been referred to in argument in privacy cases and extracts have been cited with approval in judgments of the High Court and Court of Appeal.  This new edition is substantially revised and re-written to reflect the development of the law in the 9 years since its first appearance.

Consultant Editor: Sir Michael Tugendhat, Judge of the High Court Queen’s Bench Division

5RB ContributorsJonathan Barnes, Stephen Bate, Iain Christie, Anna Coppola, David HirstAndrew Monson, Richard Munden, Matthew Nicklin, James Price QCAdam Speker, Yuli Takatsuki, Mark Warby QC, and Adam Wolanski

Former 5RB member HHJ Richard Parkes QC also contributed, together with numerous foreign privacy law specialists. For details see the page on the book at the OUP website.

 

APPENDICES

 

A   Council of Europe Resolution 1165 (1998)

B   Human Rights Act 1998 (extracts)

C   Protection from Harassment Act 1997

D   Data Protection Directive (EC Directive 95/46)

  Data Protection Act 1998 (extracts)

  Data Protection (Processing of Sensitive Personal Data) Order 2000 (SI 2000/317)

G  The Privacy Codes (extracts)

(i)   Ofcom Broadcasting Code and Guidance Notes (2009)

(ii)  BBC Editorial Guidelines (2005)

(iii) Press Complaints Commission Code of Practice (2009)

H  Model Anonymity Order