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

I think they are -- I think that those are the most simple and yet most effective way. Coming from the newspaper industry myself, I understand and I see that those would be the most effective, because editors loathe making apologies, especially in the same place where the victim was wronged, so if it was made on the front page, it should be on the front page.

As far as fines are concerned, again, if there's a hefty fine, I think whoever is writing their story, whoever is responsible for putting the story in, will think twice about putting it in if there's any doubt about the truth behind it.

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