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Courting Publicity: Twitter and Television Cameras in Court

By: Paul Lambert
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Published: 31-10-2011
Format: Paperback
Edition: 1st
Extent: 220
ISBN: 9781847669001
Imprint: Bloomsbury Professional
Dimensions: 234 x 156 mm
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About Courting Publicity: Twitter and Television Cameras in Court

Courting Publicity: Twitter and Television Cameras in Court is a new title dealing with an incredibly topical subject matter that is only likely to increase in interest in the future and lead to new legislation and case law. It examines the impact on the legal process and those involved, of ever- increasing levels of scrutiny and public attention via new technologies.

Contents includes:
Courting Publicity
Courts and Twitter Cases
Media Rights v Privacy Rights
The Internet
Twitter in Court: Issues and UK Consultation
Television Cameras in Court
Supreme Court
Other courts
Effects of Television Cameras in Court
Effects of Twitter in Court
Effects of Twitter (and Internet) Outside of Court
The Future

Table Of Contents

Part A: Twitter and Social Networking; Chapter 1 Introduction: Courting Publicity; Chapter 2 The Internet and Legal Conflicts; Chapter 3 Twitter, Courts and Cases; Chapter 4 Twitter in Court: Reporting Issues and UK Consultation; Chapter 5 Super-injunctions; Part B: Cameras in Court; Chapter 6 Cameras in Court: UK Developments; Chapter 7 Cameras in Court: Developments in the US; Chapter 8 What is (Television) Courtroom Broadcasting?; Chapter 9 The US Supreme Court Research Challenge; Part C: Effects Issues; Chapter 10 The Education Effects Research; Chapter 11 Audience Effects; Chapter 12 Empirical Camera Research; Chapter 13 Psychology; Chapter 14 Eye Tracking; Chapter 15 Meeting the Research Challenges; Chapter 16 Conclusion: The Future; Appendix 1 Twitter in UK Courts - Interim Guidelines; Appendix 2 UK Supreme Court - Supreme Court Guidelines; Appendix 3 Consultation (England and Wales); Appendix 4 US Federal Guidance; Appendix 5 Summary and Categorisation of US Supreme Court Effects Issues and Concerns.

Reviews

A timely and engaging assessment of a rapidly changing media landscape, and how it might impact for good or bad on justice.

” –  Alastair Campbell, 2011, Alastair Campbell, 2011

"... the demand for a comprehensive book on the subject has never been higher... written in an engaging and accessible style, (the book) goes a long way to meet this demand not only by an interested public and members of the legal profession but also by academics and students of varying subjects."” –  Thorsten Lauterbach, Law Lecturer at Robert Gordon University, 2011, Thorsten Lauterbach, Law Lecturer at Robert Gordon University, 2011

"The book is a useful contribution to the ongoing debate on these two important subjects."” –  Journal of the Commonwealth Lawyers' Association, Vol 20, No. 3, Journal of the Commonwealth Lawyers' Association, Vol 20, No. 3

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