Book
Description

This open access book provides political, legal and public interest justifications for truth in election advertising legislation and examines the history and state of play of legal experiments with such legislation in Australia.

Contents:

  1. Introduction
  2. The Effects of False Campaign Statements
  3. Disinformation as a Democratic Collective Action Problem or Why a Legal Solution Is Warranted
  4. Current Approaches to Combatting the Emerging ‘Infodemic’
  5. Why Australia Is a Great Place to Start: The Implied Freedom of Political Communication and TIPA Laws
  6. TIPA Experiments in Other Authentic Democracies
  7. Australia’s Experience
  8. South Australia’s Experience
  9. Implementation of s 113: Lessons to Adopt, Pitfalls to Avoid and Refinements to Pursue
  10. Ten Recommendations for an Effective Model for Regulating Truth in Political Advertising and Conclusion Cases
  11. Index 
Publication Details
DOI:
10.1007/978-981-19-2123-0
ISBN:
978-981-19-2123-0
License type:
CC BY
Access Rights Type:
open