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35 Anna Bligh’s ‘concerns’ for Jayant Patel whistleblower, Hedley Thomas, The Australia, December 17, 2011 story-e6frgczx-1226224425573 36 Government information: Restoring trust and integrity, policy document, Kevin Rudd MP, Federal Labor Leader and Senator Joe Ludwig, Shadow Attorney-General, October 2007 efro62.pdf;fileType=application%2Fpdf#search=%22library/partypol/EFRO6%22 37 Whistleblower protection laws long overdue, Angela Dorizas, Government News, February 25, 2009 SICKHOYWGH.html 38 Laurie Oakes speech to Alliance Press Freedom dinner, 2009, quoted in Progress Under Liberty, Alliance Press Freedom Report, 2010 39 Whistleblowers get protection in federal legislation, The Australian, March 18 story-e6frgczf-1225842083099 40 Deadline passes for whistleblower laws, ABC, PM, June 30, 2011 41 Courage needed to protect whistleblowers, A.J. Brown, The Australian, June 24, 2011 story-e6frg986-1226080859231 42 Flying Foxes, WikiLeaks and Freedom of Speech: Statutory Recognition of Public Whistleblowing in Australia, A.J.Brown, International Whistleblowing Research Network Conference, London, June 23-24, 2011 43 WikiLeaks acts ‘illegal’: Gillard government, Brendan Nicholson, The Australian, December 10, 2010 story-fn775xjq-1225968584365 44 Protected Disclosures Amendment (Public Interest Disclosures) Bill 2010 45 NSW whistleblower protections welcome but short of “world beater” class, Peter Timmins, open and Shut, November 4, 2010 46 Freedom of Speech risks being silenced by Crime Commission, Robin Speed, SMH, March 23, 2011 47 Media Alliance, Journalists’ Code of Ethics 48 Anti-corruption watchdogs and Victoria, Emily Giblin, Liberty Victoria, September 2010 49 Current Issues Brief: Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission Bill 2011, Parliamentary Library Research Service, November 2011 50 Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission Bill 2011 51 Corruption busters set to get power to bug suspects, Keith Moor, Herald Sun, March 23, 2012 story-fnat7jnn-1226307670078 52 SA to get new anti-corruption watchdog, Tim Dornin, nIneMSN, October 24, 2011 53 A Commonwealth Statutory Cause of Action for Serious Invasion of Privacy, September 23, 2011, Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet 54 Is nothing private? Privacy and the need for legislative intervention, PDT Applegarth SC, 2008 55 Drone journalism takes off, Mark Corcoran, ABC Foreign Correspondent, March 2012 56 Office of the Privacy Commissioner, submission to ALRC, December 2007 recognising-action-breach-privacy-australia 57 Privacy and the Courts, Professor John Burrows speech to 2008 Privacy Forum, Wellington, New Zealand 58 News Ltd submission to privacy review, November 2011 ACommonwealthStatutoryCauseofActionforSeriousInvasionofPrivacy.aspx 59 Let’s follow Guantanamo’s lead, Leigh Sales, The Drum, June 24, 2011 60 Letter to Chris Bowen, minister for immigration and citizenship, July 6, 2011 61 Deed of Agreement for media access to detention centres _pdf/media-access-deed-of-agreement.pdf 62 Media Alliance submission to DIAC on journalists’ access to detention centres, September 2011 63 DIAC access for journalists ‘tantamount to censorship’, Media Alliance press statement, October 25, 2011 64 The detention span, Nigel Hopkins, The Walkley Magazine, March 2012 65 Letter to Chris Bowen, minister for immigration and citizenship, February 22, 2012 66 US prison inspired media rule, Philip Dorling, The Age, March 13, 2012 political-news/us-prison-inspired-media-rule-20120313-1uyh9.html 67 Bent, S 1927, Ballyhood: The Voice of the Press, sourced from Journalism and PR: Beyond myths and stereotypes to transparency and management in the public interest, Jim Macnamara. to_Transparency_and_Management_in_the_Public_Interest


2012 Press Freedom Report  

The Annual Media Alliance summary of press freedom issues in Australia