In December, we look at what 2013 is likely to bring. Among other things, recommendations made in the Leveson Report are likely to dominate the headlines during 2013. Actions against individuals using Twitter and other social media will continue to keep the courts busy. 2013 may also see the introduction of a new Defamation Act, changes to our copyright laws, as well as the roll out of 4G.
Niri Shan and Adam Rendle highlight the libel risks faced by social media users.
Lorna Caddy and Adam Rendle set out some predictions on how the media landscape is likely to change and develop during the course of 2013.
Neil Hawley discusses some of the potential legal issues that these developments might trigger.
Patrick Clark looks ahead at the roll out of 4G and the auction process that will precede it.
Lorna Caddy and Mark Dennis look at Lord Justice Leveson's vision for press regulation and some of the key areas of likely debate going forward.
Data protection proposals will have a significant impact on journalism and the enforcement of data protection law.