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

Yes, there is. So if there's a piece of information which has been publicised, which you thought wouldn't have been -- should have been in the public domain, you can then go back to the systems, look at where that would have -- which system that information could have been on, especially if it's something very specific, you can narrow it down to a system, and we have means of actually auditing who accessed that system when, or should I actually say under whose password and whose log-on did they access, because we have seen evidence of staff who abused other people's log-on processes to access systems previously. But we do have comprehensive means of backtracking.

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