Blogger convicted for online breach of suppression order
- Andrew Geddis has a good discussion of Slater's defence in the context of dissent and deliberate breaching of bad law (written before the conviction).
- Guy Burgess talks about how suppression orders may be futile and then has a more in-depth article about the lessons for bloggers.
- Lawyer Steven Price says that Slater's defence was doomed.
- Lance Wiggs writes that Justice Harvey has given a few pointers on how to breach suppression in the future.
- David Farrar has a good analysis of what the judgement means for bloggers.
- And finally, Cameron Slater's own thoughts on the conviction.