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

It would have a beneficially chilling effect on DVLC workers handing out car numbers and addresses based on those car numbers in exchange for money. It will have a beneficial chilling effect on health workers who apparently think it's perfectly okay to access someone's medical records in order to find the telephone numbers of their in-laws, who they're having a fight with, or the bank clerk in Haywards Heath who thinks it's fine to look at someone's bank records in order to provide the case in her husband's defence in a sex attack trial. That's what we're dealing with. What's that got to do with the press? If you're not doing this stuff, get out of the way.

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