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I think earlier on I said that there are different types of stories. There are trivial, gossipy kinds of stories that aren't going to be remembered in a few days' time, so we have a lower threshold for those, you know, checking them out. If it's a major substantive story that is going to affect, you know, the newspapers the next day, it's going to change someone's career, then we have a higher threshold.

If someone complains about a trivial story and makes lots of trouble, then we probably don't even bother thinking about it; we'll just take it down to get them to go away.

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