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I'm looking now at the last page of your witness statement, where you talk in somewhat emotive terms about the issues we've been discussing. You say at paragraph 72 they can no longer control what people are allowed to know and you talk about rather than looking at how to handcuff the press while the rest of the web grows unchecked.

Can I just be clear as to whether we're to understand the language that you're using as amounting to agreeing with what an earlier witness to the Inquiry, Mr McMullan said, when he said that in his opinion, privacy was a matter for paedophiles?

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