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Not always. Sometimes it's a matter of just going in and editing the story to correct a mistake in fact. Sometimes it's a question of taking it down. The Internet is an iterative process. We have far more interplay with our -- both in terms of the people reading us, because they can comment, and quite often we've changed a story either because somebody's pointed out an error of fact in it, one of our readers, or because they've pointed out to us that we've made an unfair interpretation of something. So that's one level. So it evolves over time through the interaction with the readers.

But we also have a more interactive relationship with the people we're writing about, particularly celebrities, for instance. Quite often they will ring up and say, "You didn't get that quite right", or, "I'd rather you didn't say that", or, "Actually the truth is this", so quite often we'll just correct content as we go along. That's the way the Internet works. It's not like a newspaper where you publish it once and it's -- there it is in print and it's there forever more. Digitally it doesn't work like that. Or sometimes we'll just take the story down if --

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