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Public Record - Fallout from Phone Hacking – Do We Need Regulation?


On October 20, 2011, in Toronto, The Canadian Journalism Foundation organized a panel discussion titled: "Fallout from Phone Hacking: Do We Need Regulation?"

Panellists discuss the fallout from the British phone hacking scandal its implications for freedom of the press, public trust, and media regulation in Canada.

Moderated by Jamie Cameron (professor at York University’s Osgoode Hall Law School), the panellists were John Honderich (chairman of Torstar), Brian Myles (journalist with Le Devoir) and John Owen (journalism professor at City University in London UK).


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