Past Volumes

2016 Volume 21

Issue 1

Articles

  • Bold but cautious: The right to erasure as a pragmatic approach to data protection in the digital era
    Emily Meller
  • WikiLeaks and the not-so-super injunction: The suppression order in DPP (Cth) v Brady
    Jason Bosland
  • Secrecy and disclosure: The Australian Border Force Act 2015 (Cth) protecting our borders from free speech
    Stephanie Szkilnik
  • Moral rights in the ballpark: Banksy and the right of integrity of authorship
    Jennifer Kwong
  • Risks and opportunities in big data – how well adapted are Australia's privacy laws?
    Jarrod Bayliss-McCulloch

New Zealand Media Law Update

Ursula Cheer

Case Notes

  • Safeguarding the Kung Fu Panda: Merchandising rights as a means for trademark opposition
    Lizhou Wei

Book Review

  • Hong Kong Media Law: A Guide for Journalists and Media Professionals by Doreen Weisenhaus
    Mark Pearson

Issue 2

Articles

  • The private international law implications of a privacy tort under state or territory legislation
    Sirko Harder and Normann Witzleb
  • Of pride and prejudice: Mangled art, mutilated statues, hypersensitive authors and the moral right of integrity
    Eugene C Lim
  • Interlocutory injunction, freedom of the press and public interest: The University of Hong Kong v Hong Kong Commercial Broadcasting Co Ltd
    Anne S Y Cheung

Case Notes

  • PJS v News Group Newspapers Ltd
    Finian Cullity

Book Review

  • Defamation Law by D Rolph
    Rebecca White
  • Privacy Revisited: A Global Perspective on the Right to Be Left Alone by Ronald J Krotoszynski Jr Virtues of comparative constitutional privacy law in times of conceptual disarray
    Kinfe Micheal Yilma

Issue 3

Introduction

  • Privacy in the age of surveillance
    Jason Bosland

Articles

  • BD use by law enforcement and intelligence in the national security space: Perceived benefits, risks and challenges
    Dr Alana Maurushat
  • The high-wire: The delicate balance between communications surveillance, constitutional rights and the media in South Africa
    Dario Milo and Stuart Scott
  • A different kind of shot: Policing, media, and body worn video
    Jessica Chapman
  • Stealing surveillance: Prosecuting misuses of non-covert CCTV in New Zealand
    S Che Ekaratne
  • Individual privacy management
    Marcin Betkier
  • Privacy and the Internet of Things
    Megan Richardson, Rachelle Bosua, Karin Clark and Jeb Webb with Atif Ahmad and Sean Maynard
  • Puzzling out global privacy: The EU transfer effect
    Nina Yiannopoulos
  • Watching women: Past and present legal responses to the unauthorised circulation of personal images
    Jessica Lake

Issue 4

Articles

  • Avenging revenge porn: Why we need more than just the criminal law
    Elizabeth Bird
  • The Duke and his manservant in a world of online defamation: Rethinking the multiple publication rule in 21st century Australia
    Stephanie Rigg

2015 Volume 20

Issue 1

Articles

  • Privacy and democracy in the digital age
    Steven I Friedland
  • 'Tweeting from court': New guidelines for modern media
    Anne Wallace and Jane Johnston
  • The scope and content of a 'publication' on the internet for the purposes of defamation law
    Dinika Roopani
  • Moral rights in the ballpark: Banksy and the right of integrity of authorship
    Jennifer Kwong
  • Risks and opportunities in big data – how well adapted are Australia's privacy laws?
    Jarrod Bayliss-McCulloch

Case Notes

  • Trade marks, globalisation and foreign language: Cantarella Bros Pty Ltd v Moderna Trading Pty Ltd
    Jenny Ng
  • Posting sexually explicit images on Facebook: The action for breach of confidence expands further into the privacy space
    Susan Gatford

Book Review

  • A Copyright Masquerade: How Corporate Lobbying Threatens Online Freedoms by Monica Horten
    Angela Daly

Issue 2

Introduction

  • Introduction to the special issue
    Melissa de Zwart

Articles

  • Engagement, authenticity and resistance: Using Game of Thrones in teaching law
    Mary Heath and Sal Humphreys
  • You will never walk again … but you will fly': Human augmentation in the known world
    Catherine Easton
  • Nothing burns like the cold' — except for wildfire: How patents could win the game of thrones
    Catherine Bond and Stephanie Crosbie
  • And the gods will judge: Trial by combat in Game of Thrones
    John G Browning and Amanda C Brown
  • Arbitration by combat
    Michael Smith and Raj Shah
  • Exploring imaginative legal history: The legalism of the House Stark in the Game of Thrones
    Jaakko Husa
  • When you play the game of thrones, you win or you die': Concepts of justice in George R R Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire
    Alyce McGovern, Jenny Wise and Nathan Wise

Issue 3

Articles

  • A serious response to trivial defamation claims: An examination of s 1(1) of the Defamation Act 2013 (UK) from an Australian perspective
    Phoebe J Galbally
  • The implied freedom of political communication: A basis for journalists to challenge Australian Security Intelligence Organisation Act 1979 (Cth) s 35P?
    James Nunez
  • 'Bad faith' and 'rights or legitimate interests' under domain name law - emerging themes from the UDRP and auDRP
    Alpana Roy and Althaf Marsoo
  • Refusing defeat: A final call for the revival of the Polly Peck defence
    Nicholas Sinanis
  • Open narrowcasting radio: A worthwhile niche
    Professor Michael Fraser and William Renton

Issue 4

Articles

  • ‘Their evil lies in the grapevine effect’: Assessment of damages in defamation by social media
    Michael Douglas
  • An awkward situation: The courts’ approach to a judicial officer suing for defamation
    Aarushi Sahore
  • Defamation: Drafting imputations
    Matt Collins
  • Constitutional rights and truth and fair comment defences in Chinese right to reputation lawsuits
    Yik Chan Chin

Korean Media Law Update

  • Balancing online freedom of speech with reputation in South Korea
    Ahran Park

United States Media Law Update

  • Lyrissa Lidsky and Rachael Jones

Case note

  • Australian Communications and Media Authority v Today FM (Sydney) Pty Ltd: The royal prank call’s implications for the broadcasting industry and administrative decision-makers
    Irene Nikoloudakis

Book review

  • Law and Creativity in the Age of the Entertainment Franchise by Kathy Bowrey and Michael Handler (eds)
    Melissa de Zwart

2014 Volume 19

Issue 1

Articles

  • Navigating the landscape of the .au Dispute Resolution Policy as it enters its second decade
    Alpana Roy, Senior Kecturer, TC Beirne School of Law, The University of Queensland
  • Fixation and Originality in Copyright Law and the Challenges Posed by Postmodern Art
    Jennifer Kwong, BArtTh LLB, University of New South Wales
  • Defamatory Meaning, Community Perspectives and Standards
    Gary K Y Chan, Asociate Professor of Law, School of Law, Singapore Management University

Update

  • NZ Media Law Update
    Ursula Cheer, Professor of Law, University of Canterbury, New Zealand

Book Review

  • Privacy and Media Freedom by Raymond Wacks
    Melissa de Zwart, Asscoiate Professor, Adelaide Law School

Issue 2

Articles

  • The statutory triviality defence and the challenge of discouraging trivial defamation claims on Facebook
    Kim Gould, Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Law, University of Technology, Sydney
  • A comparative study of the communications consumer dispute resolution schemes in the UK and Australia
    Grace Li, Faculty of Law, University of Technology, Sydney
  • The role of copyright in an age of online music distribution
    Alex Solo, BA (Media & Communications, Music)/LLB (Sydney)
  • Terms of service on social media sites
    Corinne Hui Yun Tan, PhD candidate and Teaching Fellow at the Melbourne Law School

US IP Case Note

  • Hendrix: Post-mortem publicity rights across borders
    S Chehani Ekaratne, Assistant Lecturer, School of Law, University of Canterbury

Issue 3

Articles

  • Privacy in fact and fiction: Histories of English and Australian intelligence archives
    Jake Goldenfein
  • Injunctions and the right to privacy in the United Kingdom
    Emma Grant
  • The aftermath of mandatory internet filtering and s 313 of the Telecommunications Act 1997 (Cth)
    Alana Maurushat, David Vaile and Alice Chow
  • Privilege and public opinion supervision defences in China's right to reputation litigation
    Yik Chan Chin

Case Note

  • The high price of defamation by social media in Mickle v Farley
    Michael Douglas

Issue 4

Articles

  • Google Street View in Australia: Privacy implications and regulatory solutions
    James Meese and Rowan Wilken
  • The half-hearted protection of journalists' sources: Judicial interpretation of Australia's shield laws
    Hannah Ryan

Updates

  • Copyright reform: The online copyright infringement discussion paper
    James Halliday and Mary-Cate Byrne
  • Court calls full time on disproportionate defamation claim against Google
    Robert Todd and Leah Jessup
  • The right to be forgotten — international and domestic legal and policy developments
    Mike Davis

2013 Volume 18

Issue 1

Editorial

  • Editorial note
    Melissa de Zwart

Articles

  • The Constitution and Commonwealth proposals for new media regulation
    Paul Kildea and George Williams
  • The scope of immunity from seizure and suit for cultural objects on loan in Australia
    Craig Forrest
  • Rights in words: protecting traditional cultural linguistic expressions in the Australian trade mark system
    Sarah Castles

Book Review

  • Copyright and the challenge of the new by Brad Sherman and Leanne Wiseman (eds)
    Melissa de Zwart

Issue 2

Articles

  • Social media policies and unfair dismissal
    Pauline Rapaport
  • Clarifying the meaning of 'publication' of defamatory matter in the age of the internet
    Joachim Dietrich
  • 'For fun rather than profit' Playing around with online games
    Melissa de Zwart
  • A delicate balancing act: Data retention, individual privacy and the right to be forgotten in the digital age
    Olivia Bramwell

Singapore Media Law Update

  • Copyright in compilations: Embarking on a renewed quest for the human author and the creative spark
    David Tan

US Intellectual Property Law Update

  • Aesthetic functionality back in vogue: Clash of the fashion titans
    David Tan

Issue 3

Articles

  • Identifying the creators of online content in a converged digital environment
    Dr Niloufer Selvadurai
  • Vampires and the death of print news: News aggregation and the role of copyright
    Maree Sainsbury
  • The impact of law on media reporting of earthquakes in Christchurch 2010–11
    Ursula Cheer and Sarah Rosanowski
  • The failure of a copyright action: Confidence in the papers of Nora Beloff
    Jose Bellido

Update

  • Recent developments relating to exceptions and limitations in EU copyright law
    Jonathan Griff?ths

Book Review

  • Reamde by Neal Stephenson
    Michael P Bombace

Issue 4

Articles

  • Was the High Court in iiNet right to be chary of a commonl aw graduated response?
    Rebecca Giblin
  • Commonwealth v WikiLeaks: Fairfax revisited
    Catherine Bond
  • The case for joint ownership of copyright in photographs of identifiable persons
    Susan Corbett
  • E-book monopolies and the law
    Angela Daly

Case Note

  • A broad reading of WA's Shield Laws
    Michael Douglas

HK Media Law Update

  • A Study of Online Forum Liabilities for Defamation: Hong Kong Court in Internet Fever
    Anne S Y Cheung