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Respectability Restored – the Swedish System of Press Regulation Relies on Public Decision-making

For the third in our series talking to press regulators around the world, we spoke to Ola Sigvardsson, Press Ombudsman at the Swedish Press Council.

Sweden is justifiably proud of its…

Danish Media Regulation – Effective but Not a Scandi Drama

In the second in our series, we talk to Sanne Oleseon at the Danish Press Council about press ethics, freedoms and handling complaints.

As IMPRESS members are introduced to the new…

IMPRESS Launches First ‘Co-created’ Standards Code for Future of Publishing

New code combines core principles of journalism with facing challenges of a new age

IMPRESS, the UK’s newest press regulator, today launched its first standards code for publishers. The code is…

IMPRESS Announces Arbitration Panel

IMPRESS has now started to receive requests for arbitration under its scheme. As a central plank of IMPRESS’s regulatory scheme, arbitration is offered to solve civil disputes between publishers and…

Less Watchdog, More Shared Enterprise – Australia’s Approach to Press Regulation

As news organisations around the world face new commercial challenges and the likes of Facebook and Google are fast being seen as publishers rather than technology platforms, it is worth…

IMPRESS Highlights Need for Post-Leveson Framework in Fight Against Fake News

As the parliamentary inquiry into fake news takes on a new urgency, IMPRESS has recommended that the Government should complete the implementation of the post-Leveson framework for press regulation and…