Are tweets part of a story? Are they journalism or advertising? The Hockey-Fairfax case opens a whole new can of worms for journalists in the digital age.
It's been a bad week for Fairfax and its lawyers, with two defamation cases going against it.
The Daily Telegraph gravely misrepresented a Muslim lawyer on page 4. Now the paper has apologised ... on page 53.
Alan Morison is facing up to seven years in a Thai prison for reporting on one of the most important human rights issues of our time.
David Weisbrot says a defamation action should be a 'last port of call' for a politician.
Fairfax has issued a possibly unprecedented front-page apology to the Melbourne teenager the paper misidentified as a terrorism suspect.
For all our politicians profess a love of free speech, here are some of our elected representatives who decided to cash in on a media that might have been a little too free ...
Is the Mail Online stealing News Corp's stories? And other media tidbits of the day...
Eight months after defending the ABC's right to air a controversial skit, MD Mark Scott is saying it should never have aired. What prompted his decision, and what does it mean?