Monday, April 4, 2011

Pain, Privacy and the Press Pack

This suggests that journalists are so keen to cover the story that they forget their responsibilities to the public.

There is a lot of competition and pressure from the recession.

The number of complaints to the PCC were low, yet large communities were upset - this suggests people were not aware of the service on offer by the PCC and that it is very difficult to pin down the specific evidence needed to bring a case.

It also raises the issue that after the event, the damage is done and the public are therefore resigned to the situation and feel nothing can be done.

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