The transcripts of the official inquiry into the culture, practices and ethics of the press.
I'm very grateful. Thank you.
As an outsider and nothing to do with the industry whatsoever, I feel I don't have the right to have any say about the future of press regulation, but I would like to add something if that's okay. It may or may not be relevant.
When I was ...
I would like to say something, if I can, please, if that's okay. Do I need to stand up or sit down?
It's the South Wales Argus.
On Percy Thrower's bench.
It's part of the transcript. It's only the engineer's transcript, not all of the actual programme.
I had a phone call back from them, but nothing came from it.
No. But I was told to stop hassling them after I kept asking.
I spoke to Chris Choi, the consumer affairs correspondent at ITN at the time and he sent a film or news crew or some sort -- film or news crew, whichever -- to my house and filmed me in my back garden telling the story about the Vodafone security flaw, not the ...
I spoke to a few of the mobile networks at the time and Orange were the ones that were interested at the press office, so I kept in touch with them about what I'd done, basically, what I was trying to do, what I was trying to expose.
No. None of them.
I sent them the same document.
No, it would have been a basic note to say, "This letter is what I discovered. Please look into it." It wasn't -- there's enough details in that document to explain what I'd discovered.
I didn't find it in my attic where all these documents were.
To the second document, yes, but not the first document.
That is -- it's the same document. However, that's -- that's the second document I sent out.
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