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Appendix 1 - Twitter in UK Courts – Interim Guidelines

This is a chapter from the Bloomsbury Professional book Courting Publicity: Twitter and Television Cameras in Court, which is an essential and up-to-date guide on the use of social media and technology in court. It examines the impact of Twitter and television cameras on the justice system and looks at the debate between media interests and third party rights. The author provides a definitive analysis of "super injunctions" and the effect of maximum publicity on court proceedings.

Paul Lambert

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