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NMA calls on politicians to stop undermining local media
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NMA calls on politicians to stop undermining local media

News Media Association chairman David Dinsmore has called on the three main political parties to stop creating fake newspapers.

02/12/2019

SoE condemns Lib Dems' apparent effort to mimic local newspapers
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SoE condemns Lib Dems' apparent effort to mimic local newspapers

The Society of Editors has condemned what appears to be a concerted effort by the Liberal Democrats to mislead readers and voters by disguising their election freesheet as imitation local newspapers.

26/11/2019

IAB Europe announces results of CMP compliance-checking
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IAB Europe announces results of CMP compliance-checking

IAB Europe this week announced the public launch of its Consent Management Platform (CMP) Validator Tool and the results of its first round of tests for registered CMPs on its Transparency & Consent Framework (TCF).

21/11/2019

Guardian becomes a B Corporation
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Guardian becomes a B Corporation

Guardian Media Group (GMG) this week announced it is to become a B Corporation - making it the first major international news organisation to achieve B Corp certification.

16/10/2019

PPA publishes Brexit guidance
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PPA publishes Brexit guidance

The Professional Publishers Association this week published a guide, designed to help magazine and business media owners prepare their businesses ahead of a potential no-deal Brexit on October 31.

16/10/2019

Lord Black Calls For Publisher Exemption From Age Verification Codes
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Lord Black Calls For Publisher Exemption From Age Verification Codes

Speaking in Parliament this week, Lord Black of Brentwood has highlighted the “serious concerns” among news publishers about the Information Commissioners Office's age appropriate design draft code.

04/10/2019

Publishers stick with IPSO
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Publishers stick with IPSO

IPSO this week announced that all major publishers in membership have chosen to remain part of the IPSO system for the next five years.

12/09/2019

IAB Europe publishes annual programmatic benchmarking studies
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IAB Europe publishes annual programmatic benchmarking studies

IAB Europe has announced the launch of its annual ‘Attitudes to Programmatic Advertising’ report, alongside its programmatic market-sizing research.

12/09/2019

IAB Europe & IAB Tech Lab release updated transparency & consent framework
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IAB Europe & IAB Tech Lab release updated transparency & consent framework

IAB Europe, in partnership with IAB Tech Lab, today announced the launch of the second iteration of the Transparency and Consent Framework (TCF).

21/08/2019

Society warns against Justice Secretary's proposals
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Society warns against Justice Secretary's proposals

The Society of Editors has expressed concerns over comments made by the justice secretary, seeming to call for the introduction of anonymity for some people arrested on serious charges.

03/08/2019

Eminent QC appointed as IPSO Chairman
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Eminent QC appointed as IPSO Chairman

Edward Faulks QC, Lord Faulks, has been appointed as the Chairman of the Independent Press Standards Organisation, with effect from 1 January 2020.

03/08/2019

Funding public interest journalism – SoE warning
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Funding public interest journalism – SoE warning

The Society of Editors has welcomed the announcement on Sunday (July 21) of a £2m government pilot fund to support public interest journalism, but has sounded a word of warning.

23/07/2019

"Convicted of journalism" claim is dangerous distortion of truth
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"Convicted of journalism" claim is dangerous distortion of truth

The claim by Tommy Robinson that his jailing for contempt of court is an attack on journalism is a dangerous distortion of the truth, says the Society of Editors.

12/07/2019

Right to publish?
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Right to publish?

Publishing Sir Kim Darroch’s emails might be good for the Mail on Sunday’s circulation figures, but was publication justified?

By James Evelegh  |  11/07/2019

Online Harms: NMA Calls For ‘Comprehensive’ Exemption For News Publishers
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Online Harms: NMA Calls For ‘Comprehensive’ Exemption For News Publishers

The NMA has called for an exemption for news media publishers and their content from the new regulatory framework.

03/07/2019

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