Friday, February 26, 2010
Last Wednesday, a committee of British lawmakers met to discuss reforming the country's libel laws. As it currently stands, libel law is so friendly to plaintiffs there that foreigners frequently visit just to sue other foreigners in British court. John Kampfner, head of Index on Censorship, talks about how British libel law got to be so bad and what the proposed reforms might accomplish.
The Longest ShadowsArtist: by High Places