In recent years, documentary series like Netflix’s Making a Murderer and podcasts such as The Teacher’s Pet have proved wildly popular, with tens of millions of users streaming each worldwide. However, online publications like these are treated as being continuously published so they carry a higher risk of attracting contempt of court charges than printed media.

In this article, Richard Leder, Blake Pappas and Zemyna Kuliukas explain the steps media companies can take when publishing online to steer clear of contempt charges and avoid attracting significant penalties.

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