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Reputation, Celebrity and Defamation Law
  • D. Rolph
  • Political Science
  • 28 September 2008
Contents: Introduction Part I: Post on reputation The historical foundations of the concept of reputation The basic principles of liability for defamation: meaning, publication, identification andExpand
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LexisNexis concise Australian legal dictionary
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Looking Again at Photographs and Privacy: Theoretical Perspectives on Law’s Treatment of Photographs as Invasions of Privacy
  • D. Rolph
  • Political Science
  • 1 February 2011
Courts in the United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand are increasingly entertaining claims for invasions of privacy. Many of these cases involve the publication of photographs by a media outlet. InExpand
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No Worries? Employers' Duty of Care for Negligently Inflicted Stress
  • D. Rolph
  • Political Science
  • 15 January 2007
Work-related psychiatric harm is an increasing problem in the contemporary workplace. It poses significant legal and regulatory challenges, potentially involving the intersection of employment law,Expand
Introduction: Reputation, Celebrity and Defamation Law
The concept of reputation is the central legal interest protected by the tort of defamation but is comparatively undertheorised in defamation jurisprudence. This book contributes to the analysis ofExpand
‘It’s a Jungle Out There’: The Legal Implications of Underbelly
The banning of the broadcast of the real-life crime drama series, Underbelly, in Victoria in 2008 raises important issues about the impact of globalisation on the local administration of criminalExpand
Before the High Court The Message , Not the Medium : Defamation , Publicat and the Internet in Dow Jones & Co Inc v
A prominent Melbourne businessman commences proceedings in Victori relation to an article in the United States financial press which was placed subscription website. 1 A Russian businessman commencesExpand
Defamation by Social Media
Social media have transformed communications, allowing users to generate and disseminate content widely. This carries with it a heightened risk of defamation. Cases involving defamation by socialExpand
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Politics, Privacy and the Public Interest: A Case Study from Australia
Australian law does not yet provide a general, enforceable right to privacy. One way in which a person who feels their privacy has been invaded by the media can obtain a remedy is to complain to oneExpand