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24 October 2006
News Britain's House of Lords has ruled that publishing or broadcasting a report on a matter of intense public interest or importance is not defamatory, even if the story turns out to be false, if
24 October 2006
Commentary In an editorial, the Toronto Star explains why it joined forces with major Canadian and American news organizations in June 2006 to challenge a publication ban on the bail hearings of 17
23 October 2006
Feature How three investigative reporters -- Stevie Cameron, Andrew McIntosh, and Juliet O'Neill -- got so close to the story that they became the story. Read Elysse Zarek's report in the Ryerson
23 October 2006
Feature In Canada, you're innocent until proven guilty. You wouldn't know it from reading some of Christie Blatchford's columns on high-profile trials. Mike Drach of the Ryerson Review of Journalism
23 October 2006
Analysis Recent court rulings should give journalists better access to documents, photographs, videotapes and other evidence presented as exhibits in court cases. By David Crerar and Majda Dabaghi
23 October 2006
Feature In the wake of allegations against investigative reporter Stevie Cameron, journalists find themselves wondering where they stand on giving the police information. As Sam Mednick writes in the
23 October 2006
Feature The law offers little protection for journalists who want to keep sources confidential. But as Carly Baxter reports in the Ryerson Review of Journalism , there are some things you can do –
23 October 2006
Feature Who holds the right to secondary publication of articles stored in an online database -- the publisher or the author? Adrienne Macintosh explores the issue in the Ryerson Review of Journalism
23 October 2006
Feature As John Jaffey of the Ryerson Review of Journalism discovered, it takes a special breed of lawyer to deliver us from libel.Read more

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