Although Blair's comments came "close to the line" of inciting severe ridicule, they didn’t quite cross it. Ultimately, the case failed.
The story of Aziz Ansari and "Grace", as published on Babe, has done a disservice to both its source and sexual harassment reporting in general.
In publishing personal details about people like Duncan Storrar, David Dao and Dylan Voller, is the media just hurting private citizens, writes journalist and media-watcher Christopher Warren
Convicted rapist Antonio "Tony" Loguancio called Nine Network chief of staff Kate McGrath numerous times during a siege, which the coroner says hampered police efforts to negotiate with him.
Claudio Gatti says Elena Ferrante violated her own privacy before he did.
A Sun-Herald journalist has failed in an attempt to sue Media Watch for defamation -- and the ABC is considering recovering costs.
Even journalists who set out to tell survivors' stories often get it wrong, writes Loni Cooper, editor of Uncovered and journalism fellow at the Centre for Advancing Journalism
Married at 13, set to air on SBS' Dateline, raises difficult questions about how much journalists should intervene.
"The only response that the quality media can have to this explosion of options is ... to become islands of credibility in a sea of dross." So says Paul Sheehan.
According to a new book, the journalists' union ethics committee found that authors of a book on Martin Bryant should have known better than to use his mother's manuscript without her permission.