International studies in human rights ; v. 16.
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Part One: State Security and the Law; Introductory Remarks: Public Interest and Free Speech The Honourable Chaim Herzog, President of the State of Israel/ Constitutional Protection of Free Speech in Israel The Honourable Justice Miriam Ben-Porat, State Comptroller and Public Complaints Commissioner/ The American Experience: Free Speech and National Security The Honourable Justice William J. Brennan, Jr., Associate Justice Supreme Court of the United States.Part Two: Controlling the Media; The Challenge of Censorship; Spycatcher Case: Confidence, Copyright and Contempt The Rt. Honourable Lord Oliver of Aylmerton, Lord of Appeal in Ordinary, House of Lords/ The Scope of Judicial Review of National Security Considerations in Free Speech and Other Areas: Israeli Perspective Prof. Shimon Shetreet, Faculty of Law, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Member of Knesset (Israeli Parliament)/ Atomic Secrets and Free Speech Prof. Ruth Gavison, Faculty of Law, Hebrew University of Jerusalem.Part Three: Plugging Leaks: Government Controls Over Information; National Security and Leaks: The Government's Authority to Discipline Itself The Honourable Judge Abraham D. Sofaer, Legal Advisor, U.S. Department of State/ Reflections on Leaks in the United States: the Media Perspectives Lawrence K. Grossman, Former President, NBC News and PBS News/ Free Speech and Criminal Code Provisions for the Protection of State Security: the Israel Case Prof. Mordechai Kremnitzer, Faculty of Law, Hebrew University of Jerusalem/ Spies, Subversive Terrorists, and the British Government: Free Speech and Other Casualties Prof. Graham J. Zellick, Head, Department of Law, Queen Mary and Westfield College, University of London/ Information, the Executive and Politics of Information Prof. Paul G. Chevigny, Professor of Law, New York University Law School.Part Four: Media Coverage of Military Operations and Wars: The Duties and Limits; Information Policy and the Falklands Conflict Dr. Yoel Cohen, Research Fellow, Hebrew University of Jerusalem/ Can a "Free" Press Cover War? Prof. Norman Redlich, Counsel, Wachtel, Lipton, Rosenaum, Katz of New York City, Former Dean, New York University Law School/ Reporting Military Activities by the Media: Legal Analysis of the Israeli Practice Prof. Itzhak Zamir, Faculty of Law, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Former Attorney General of Israel (1978-1986)/ The Compulsion of One Channel Television Haim Yavin, Former Managing Director, Israel Television.Part Five: Media Coverage of Wars and Security Matters; "Private War": the Problem of Access Prof. Diane L. Zimmerman, Professor of Law, New York University Law School/ Beyond Censorship - Informal Methods of Directing Media Coverage in Security Matters Dr. Dina Goren, Adjunct Professor of Journalism, Tel Aviv and Bar-Ilan Universities/ The Army, the Press and State Security Brigadier-General Ephraim Lapid, Director-General of IDF Radio Station (Galei Zahal)/ Security Censorship: Prior Restraint (After the Schnitzer Decision) Dr. Zeev Segal, Senior Lecturer in Law, Tel Aviv University/ The Knesset Censorship Committee Report (1990)
"Most of the papers were delivered at the Conference on Free Speech and National Security held in Jerusalem in December 1987"--Pref.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.