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

Yes. Though I suppose -- something I'd add is it shouldn't only be by the public. I would be suspicious of something that was too adversarial, in the sense that you have the regulators by the public and then you have the press and the two were separate. I think one of the problems with that model is it can lead the press to think: "Well, they set the moral limits, that is a sort of separate issue for them, and we'll just live within them." I think part of what we want to do is to encourage the press to see their ethical moral duties as part of their own professional conduct, and I know most members of the press do; I'm not saying they don't.

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