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    • LAWSBy Jack Rogers
    • HUMAN RIGHTS ACT Right to privacy right t live exist right to have a family, to own property, free speech safety from violence equality of both sex males and females also womensrights. Basically the right to do whatever as long as it follows the law. Your human rights are: the right to life freedom from torture and degrading treatment freedom from slavery and forced labour the right to liberty the right to a fair trial the right not to be punished for something that wasnt a crime when you did it the right to respect for private and family life freedom of thought, conscience and religion, and freedom to express your beliefs freedom of expression freedom of assembly and association the right to marry and to start a family the right not to be discriminated against in respect of these rights and freedoms the right to peaceful enjoyment of your property the right to an education the right to participate in free elections the right not to be subjected to the death penalty
    • BROADCASTING ACT This is a law of the brattish parliament often regarded by booth issupport and it criticises. The aim of the act was the reform the entirestructure of the British broadcasting television, in particular hadearlier been described as Margret thatcher as the last bastion ofrestrictive practise.
    • OFFICIAL SECRETS ACT 1989 the official series act 1989 is legislation that provides for theprotection of states secrets and official information mainly related tonational security.
    • OBSCENE PUBLICATIONS ACT This law has governed what a be publish or release in England andwales this classic definition of criminal obesity if it is tends to depraveand corrupt.
    • PIRACY LAW refers to the law which deal with the regulation of personalinformation about individuals which can be collected bygovernments and other public organisations and its storage.
    • RACE REGULATIONS ACT 1979 The race relation act 1976 the race was establish by the parliamentof the uk to prevent discrimination on the grounds. Items that are covered include discrimination on the grounds forrace colour nationality ethnic origin.
    • COPY RIGHT ACT The Copyright Act 1956 is an Act of the Parliament of the UnitedKingdom on 5 November 1956. The Copyright Act 1956 law in theUK and was passed in order to bring UK copyright law in line withinternational copyright law and technological developments.