Well, I'm not myself sure you need it in the statute. You need it in the governing instrument in the contract. But I don't think it's -- who can complain is essentially a mechanism question which depends on the contract.
I'm sure it's clear, but the question as to whether non-victims can complain is one that's been around since the Second World War. It did seem to us that it's a very important feature to be clear about, because it goes to the question of whether the press are serving the public interest.
But one thing that we thought was inappropriate is that there should be any question of compensation in such cases. Compensation for victims, yes. Compensation for non-victims, no.