‘Stage 2’ reforms and what they will mean for the future of ‘digital defamation’.
Regional Mayor Brian Hood threatens to sue OpenAI over incorrect ChatGPT content.
Two leading media law academics discuss proposed amendments to the Defamation Act.
High Court in Google LLC v Defteros considers whether a search engine is the publisher of defamatory material by providing a hyperlink to that article.
Lachlan Murdoch’s defamation lawsuit against news site Crikey will be the first test of Australia’s new public interest defence.
The highly publicised and controversial defamation case between actor Johnny Depp and his ex-wife Amber Heard has become a viral phenomenon with millions dissecting the…
Guidance from the UK on how the new public interest defence may be interpreted by NSW courts.
A closer look at the much anticipated High Court decision in Fairfax Media Publications Pty Ltd v Voller – a case of narrow issue but with…
The High Court has ruled media outlets are liable for defamatory comments published on their Facebook pages, in a landmark appeal over what has become…
The new NSW serious harms test is identical to that in the UK, so could their case law be instructive here?