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As Private Eye's Hislop sensibly says here, what is needed is the application of existing law.

To make that work, the CPS needs a) human resources to rapidly assess potential legal infringements, b) an independent body to report those suspected infringements to the CPS, c) journalist whistleblowers must be protected.

The independent body of observers should include a wide range of skills, including editorial. The views of the public also have to be tracked. The independent body process should be as transparent as possible, but clearly there has to be security for whistleblowers.

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by Sven Triloqvist on Fri Nov 30th, 2012 at 02:38:22 PM EST

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