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Proposed Electoral Law Changes Would Hinder Polling Day Election Coverage
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Proposed Electoral Law Changes Would Hinder Polling Day Election Coverage

The News Media Association has urged the Law Commission not to pursue its suggested changes to electoral law that would criminalise taking photos in polling stations, extend the offence of failing to imprint, and bring in new court reporting restrict

07/04/2015

P&G earns ABC certification for Online Behavioural Advertising
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P&G earns ABC certification for Online Behavioural Advertising

Procter & Gamble (P&G) has become the first advertiser to obtain the EDAA Trust Seal for best practice in Online Behavioural Advertising.

01/04/2015

ABC to deliver independent Certification to newly agreed Social Video Code
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ABC to deliver independent Certification to newly agreed Social Video Code

ABC today launches its Social Video Code certification, the latest in its series of independent brand safety certifications to standards set by JICWEBS.

13/03/2015

Ofcom Launches Media Plurality Consultation
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Ofcom Launches Media Plurality Consultation

Ofcom this week published a consultation on a proposed measurement framework for media plurality.

13/03/2015

DCLG Acts Over Greenwich Council Newspaper
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DCLG Acts Over Greenwich Council Newspaper

The Communities Department has served a direction upon Greenwich Council requiring the local authority to cease publishing its weekly newspaper Greenwich Time by the end of the month.

06/03/2015

Paul Vickers Resigns as RFC Chairman
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Paul Vickers Resigns as RFC Chairman

Paul Vickers has resigned as chairman of the Regulatory Funding Company with immediate effect.

06/03/2015

Three lay members of the Editors’ Code of Practice Committee
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Three lay members of the Editors’ Code of Practice Committee

The IPSO appointment panel has announced the appointment of three lay members of the Editors’ Code of Practice Committee.

23/02/2015

IAB launches ‘native’ guidelines
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IAB launches ‘native’ guidelines

The Internet Advertising Bureau (IAB UK) has released part one of a set of guidelines to help the marketing industry provide more transparency to consumers around ‘native’ advertising.

09/02/2015

IPSO announces Appointments Panel
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IPSO announces Appointments Panel

The Independent Press Standards Organisation (IPSO) has announced today the names of those that have been appointed to its Appointments Panel.

03/02/2015

New measurement system for newspapers and magazines enters next phase
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New measurement system for newspapers and magazines enters next phase

The UK’s newspaper publishers, in co-operation with consumer magazine publishers, leading advertisers and agencies, yesterday announced the completion of the first round of appraisals for a new audience measurement system.

30/01/2015

ABC and JICWEBS define new digital standards governance
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ABC and JICWEBS define new digital standards governance

ABC and the Joint Industry Committee for Web Standards (JICWEBS) yesterday announced an evolution of the current division of standards responsibilities across the two organisations.

30/01/2015

Industry Unites to Call for RIPA Reform
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Industry Unites to Call for RIPA Reform

The News Media Association has called for legislation to protect sources from being uncovered through RIPA powers as the news media industry unites to condemn state surveillance of journalistic activities.

23/01/2015

JICWEBS update on online ad anti-fraud initiative
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JICWEBS update on online ad anti-fraud initiative

The UK’s Joint Industry Committee for Web Standards (JICWEBS) – the independent body that defines best practice and standards for online ad trading – confirms that, in mid-December at the IPA, it held the first cross-industry technical group meeting

22/01/2015

IPSO publishes its first adjudications
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IPSO publishes its first adjudications

The new press regulator, IPSO, yesterday published its first set of adjudications on complaints, including the first use of its power to direct the nature and placement of a correction.

24/12/2014

Tom Watson warns of ‘unfinished business’ over press regulation
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Tom Watson warns of ‘unfinished business’ over press regulation

Tom Watson MP last night delivered the 2nd Annual Leveson lecture for the Hacked Off campaign in central London.

04/12/2014

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