“I am undeterred,” said former soldier-turned-campaigner Christopher Wilson after being sentenced to a four-weeks in prison suspended for two years.
Speech & Protest
Human rights means that we are free to speak our minds in public, journalists’ sources must be protected, the state can’t interfere with peaceful protests without a good reason.
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Journalists may secretly film and record other people, if it’s in best interest of the public
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Four journalists were convicted for secretly recording and broadcasting an interview with an insurance broker. The conviction violated their right to freedom of expression. There was an overriding public interest in showing the interview, which exposed misleading advice given by insurance companies.