The transcripts of the official inquiry into the culture, practices and ethics of the press. More…

I think we have an extraordinary anomaly now where only the Data Protection Act gives us that protection. Other Acts don't. So in a sense, you're challenging the press periodically to break the law because they think it's in the public interest. Is that a good thing? Well, then the DPP would turn a blind eye because it was in the public interest. Wouldn't it be better to put it into the Act that there was a public interest?

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