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Well, if there's a story about somebody's medical history or something like that, we absolutely say, "Under no circumstances should you print that information", or -- but obviously there are a lot of stories that we get through celebrity PRs and there are a lot of things that come to us from the celebrities themselves, which in any other circumstances might be considered private, again that's another fine line that we have to balance. Although it may appear to somebody reading the paper that perhaps it shouldn't have been in there, if it's come from the person themselves, then -- but that person is never going to say that it would come from them. So --

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