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

These are some discussions that we had with our members as part of the preparation for the hearing, and a view that we came to -- which is certainly not meant to be definitive but it gave us some sort of clarity of thought -- is information which, on the balance of probabilities, is considered to be better for the public good, that is disclosed or published, rather than kept secret. This would include information in relation to conduct that is corrupt, illegal, unethical or places an individual or the general public at risk of harm.

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