With two weeks to go until this year's annual statement deadline, Head of Standards Charlotte Urwin on the uniqueness of each publisher's statement.
The independent press regulator IPSO today (March 1) welcomed the government’s decision to seek repeal of Section 40 of the Crime and Courts Act. The law would have forced media organisations to pay legal costs of libel cases if they won or lost.
The Caerphilly Observer joins a growing number of local publishers who have recently signed up to be regulated by IPSO, including lliffe Media, West Bridgford Wire, and Thurrock Independent.
Head of Standards Charlotte Urwin on new research from PLOS One journal investigating suicides in the US following the death of Robin Williams and why its so important that suicide is reported responsibly.
Join us for the third annual IPSO lecture given by Professor Sir David Spiegelhalter, the president of the Royal Statisical Society and Winton Professor of the Public Understanding of Risk at the University of Cambridge. His talk will be on on the media’s use of statistics and portrayal of risk and he will be joined by Sir Alan Moses, IPSO's Chairman.
Our guest blogger Jennifer Potter on why the recent interaction between Angles - a project which aims to bring people together with survivors of domestic abuse and sexual violence - and IPSO, is a good reminder that positive change really can be encouraged and influenced when you bring the right people together in the right format and facilitate a real conversation!
Helyn is a barrister specialising in intellectual property law at 33 Bedford Row chambers with experience in a broad range of intellectual property matters. She has advised a number of well-known domestic and international clients from diverse sectors, including the Arcadia Group, Burberry, Interflora, Phones-4-U and Standard Life. She will be a lay member of the Committee.
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Head of Standards Charlotte Urwin on Stonewall's ‘LGBT in Britain: Trans report' and our guidance for editors and journalists on covering trans issues.
The progress report of the inquiry into the Manchester arena bombing said the panel would look at the role of both mainstream and social media during the response phase of the attack amid concerns about media intrusion. Head of Complaints Bianca Strohmann explains how IPSO can help with potential press harassment following a major incident like the Manchester attack.
@IpsoNews 19th Apr 2018
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@IpsoNews 19th Apr 2018
Daily Mail complaint about nursery’s name resolved with correction ow.ly/PpBy30jzvTx https://t.co/CbTOLbOkkg