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Communications Law

Media of Communications Law
Frequency: Quarterly
Type: Journal

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About Communications Law

Communications Law - Journal of Computer, Media and Telecommunications Law

Authoritative comment and analysis delivered to your desk 4 times a year

Communications Law is a well-respected, peer reviewed, quarterly journal covering the broad spectrum of legal issues arising in the telecoms, IT and media industries Each issue brings you 32 pages of opinion and discussion from the field of communications law.

Benefit from:

  • Editorial comment
  • Coverage of pertinent UK and international issues
  • Authoritative commentary and analysis
  • First-hand experience in the field from a dedicated panel of industry experts

Make sure you are up-to-date with the legal issues affecting your company.

Bibliographic detail
ISSN: 17467616
Format: Journal
Availability: In Print
Standard subscription price: £430

If you require information on submitting articles, or wish to submit one for publication, please email Dr Paul Wragg ( with a copy to Julian Harris (

The journal is flexible on the word length of articles, with the longer ones tending to be about 7,500 – 10,000 words. Shorter pieces from about 2,000 are equally welcome.

Contents from previous issues

Communications Law 23.1 contents:

  • Editorial
  • In Brief
  • Articles
  • Privacy, judicial activism and democracy
    Michael Tugendhat
  • Judicial activism and the nature of ‘misuse of private information’
    Thomas D C Bennett
  • Case Notes & Comments
  • Recent Developments
  • Book Reviews

Communications Law 23.1 contents:

  • Sharenting: balancing the conflicting rights of parents and children
    Claire Bessant
  • Are children more than ‘clickbait’ in the 21st century?
    Baroness Beeban Kidron
  • Interpreting the child-related provisions of the GDPR
    Lisa Atkinson
  • The importance of privacy by design and data protection impact assessments in strengthening protection of children’s personal data under the GDPR
    Simone van der Hof and Eva Lievens
  • The transparency challenge: making children aware of their data protection rights and the risks online
    Anna Morgan

Communications Law 22.4 contents:

  • Editorial
  • In Brief
  • Articles
  • Up to standard? A critique of IPSO’s Editors’ Code of Practice and IMPRESS’ Standards Code – Part II
    Damian Carney
  • Privacy, security and politics: current issues and future prospects
    Vladlena Benson and Umut Turksen
  • Case Notes & Comments
  • Recent Developments
  • Book Review
  • Index to Volume Twenty Two

Editorial board

Editor in Chief: Dr Paul Wragg.

Production Editor: Julian Harris.

Editorial team: Dr Daithí Mac Síthigh, Howard Johnson, Clive Davies, Brian Pillans, Brian Dowrick, Campbell Deane, and Paul Chamberlain and an editorial advisory board comprising well respected academics and practitioners.

Notes for Contributors

Guidelines for Contributors

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