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LAW RESOURCES AT THE UNIVERSITY OF ULSTER


INTERNET RESOURCES

for Media Law

The following sites are a small selection of those FREELY available on the topic of Media Law

See also: Legal Gateways


OfCom

Ofcom is the independent regulator and competition authority for the UK communications industries, with responsibilities across television, radio, telecommunications and wireless communications service.

Consumer pages, industry guidance, regulatory information.

Texas Advertising - Advertising and the Law

A links page to a number of resources, dealing with the ethics, regulation and law of advertising (including various type of media) Mainly US based, but some international sources.

Advertising standards Authority   Advertising Standard Authority for Ireland
Foundation Degree Creative Digital Arts online learning materials site for Professional Studies - Bournemouth University

This site has a Media Law section which breaks the subject down, including such aspects as defamation and "new media" concerns such as cyber squatting, freedom of speech on the internet etc. the site also contains information on relevant legislation, cases, core concepts etc. Also has an excellent links page.

  MCPS-PRS Alliance

Amalgamation of two major performing rights societies. The site include an FAQ on copyright in performing and media and information on licences required to broadcast of otherwise use music in a range of circumstances

Communications Act 2003

The history, development and discussions surrounding the Communications Act.

  Department for Culture, Media and Sport

See the "What we do" section for specific information on the range of responsibilities within the Department. The Broadcasting section contains a subsection on media regulation and links to useful additional sources.

European Commission - Information Society Portal

Content includes copyright and digital rights management, audiovisual policy, regulatory concerns, spam etc.

European Audiovisual Observatory

Part of the Council of Europe, this site is responsible for film, video/DVD television and new media, i.e. internet etc. It has a Media, Law and Policy section and an extremely impressive links page to national, European and international bodies


 

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