Download the article in PDF format *** This article explores the recent reclassification of aspartame, a widely used artificial sweetener, by the World Health Organization (WHO) as "Possibly Carcinogenic to Humans." The move has stirred varying responses from regulatory bodies, companies, and media outlets, highlighting the complexities that consumers face in discerning fact from opinion … Continue reading Aspartame Debate: Are Economic Interests Clouding the Truth?
Download the article in PDF format *** This article is dedicated to all brave investigative journalists and public interest defenders who face challenges and even risk their lives to speak the truth. INTRODUCTION Article 10 of the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR) confers freedom of expression - one of the most fundamental and most … Continue reading The Business of Silencing Journalists And Its Harm to the Democratic Environment
We are pleased to welcome back Dr Steve Foster, Principal Lecturer in Law at Coventry University Law School, who contributes the following guest post: Introduction In a long-awaited judgment on celebrity privacy and press freedom, in Richard v BBC  EWHC 1837 (Ch), the High Court awarded over £200.000 in damages against the BBC for their … Continue reading Guest Post: Investigating allegations against celebrities: New standards for media corporations? The decision of the High Court in Richard v BBC