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As long as it doesn't limit it. That's the problem. Because every celebrity might say no, I don't want any pictures of my family ever again, then it could cause a problem. The way it works at the moment for OK! is fantastic because we just contact the agent, they let us know, or we hear from the PCC or from lawyers, so we know the situation. We haven't had a complaint for -- I can't remember since when.

So I'm just a bit worried if we had a system where there's a list, then it might become more complicated, where at the moment I'm fine with contacting people. But we're a different magazine, we're OK! magazine, we're friendly with the celebrity, so I don't know. Newspapers might feel totally different to the way we feel about that.

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