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Tag Archives: Press Complaints Commission
Has the UK media’s abuse of the public interest stifled democracy?
Over the last few weeks, we have seen the Sun newspaper publish photographs of a naked Prince Harry. They justified publishing the photographs as being in the public interest. Their defenders supported the decision by arguing that Prince Harry is … Continue reading
The Leveson inquiry: Who defines the public interest? Do the press decide the public interest?
One of the central problems raised by the Leveson inquiry is how the public interest is decided. What is the public interest? Who decides what is in the public interest? How is it decided? These are not just questions for … Continue reading
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