Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note
1. Part. The press complaints comission. Ch. 1. The press complaints commission - what is it and what it does. Ch. 2. Press self regulation and the law since 2000. Ch. 3. The development of press self-regulation in the United Kingdom. Ch. 4. The development of press self-regulation in Europe. Ch. 5. Complaints under clause 3(i) and (ii) (privacy). Ch. 6. Complaints under clause 4 (harrassment). Ch. 7. Complaints under clause 5 (intrusion into grief or shock). Ch. 8. Complaints under Clauses 6 (children) and 7 (children in sex cases). Ch. 9. Complaints under clauses 8 (hospitals), 9 (reporting crime) and 10 (clandestine devices and subterfuge). 2. Part. Privacy law. Ch. 10. Privacy law: an introduction summary. Ch. 11. Protecting confidential and private information from unauthorised disclousure. Ch.12. Particular instances of protection given to confidential and private information. 3. Part. Related forms of protection. Ch. 13 Defamation. Ch. 14. Harassment. 4. Part. Bringing proceedings. Ch. 16. Initiating privacy, defamation and harassment claims. Ch. 17. Applying for an injunction in privacy and defamation cases. 5 Part. Individual Personal Rights. Ch. 18. Copyright. Ch. 19. Moral Rights. Ch. 20. Rights in Performances. Ch. 21. Performers' rights and infringement of a performer's rights. Ch. 22. Performers' Moral Rights. 6 Part. Exploiting individual rights. Ch. 23. Celebrity personality and image. Ch. 24 The comercial exploitation of a celebrity's image. Ch. 25 Sponsorship agreement. Ch. 26. Merchandising agreement. Ch. 27. Endorsement Agreement. Ch.28. Publising Agreement. Ch. 29 Management agreement. Ch. 30. Recording agreement. 7 Part. Precedents. Guidance and sample precedents for initiating privacy, harassment and defamation claims.