The Counter-Leveson Inquiry
When it’s Britain’s secret police hacking the tabloid Sun, that is.
Now we know: anti-hacking hysteria was just a flag of convenience.
The phone-hacking scandal is being used to criminalise investigative journalism.
The bigger issue behind the phone-hacking trials is the future of a free press.
Must-reads from the past week
If the US is to remain committed to press freedom, ‘reporter's privilege’ must be extended to all.
Luke Harding's book reads like an unwitting parody of Guardianista narcissism.
In 2013, freedom has too often been given up without a fight.
Even World Press Freedom Hero Sir Harold Evans backs a tough new regulator.
Role models vs rogues: journalism’s phony divide.