After phone-hacking: cleaning up journalism
The phone-hacking scandal at Rupert Murdoch's News International has led to a wide-ranging inquiry by Lord Leveson into the ethics of the British press. But how rotten is journalism in the UK compared to that in other countries? Italy for example. And how should regulation and media rights be balanced? Amelia Hill, the journalist who broke the phone-hacking story, will reveal how far the abuses went and who was responsible.
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