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ArtikelHacked to Pieces; The Leveson Inquiry  
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Jenis: Article from Bulletin/Magazine
Dalam koleksi: The Economist ( vol. 405 no. 8814 (Dec. 2012), page 14.
Topik: Investigations; Regulation; News Media
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Isi artikel An inquiry into media ethics (or lack of them) by Lord Justice Leveson has heard in excruciating detail how tabloid reporters and their sidekicks bullied, stole and cheated with impunity, while their bosses hobnobbed with police officers and politicians. In some form or other, this muddle will form the foundation of Fleet Street's new rules. Lord Justice Leveson's core suggestion is to replace the toothless, industry-led Press Complaints Commission with a new Board. This would still be an independent body, but with more outsiders and the ability to impose tougher fines (up to Pounds 1m), and backed by some kind of "verifying" body to check every two or three years that it is doing a good job. Newspapers would have an incentive to join, because the Board would become a first stop for defamation cases.
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