Monday, January 29, 2007
Owen Gibson argues in a column today in the Guardian that the Press Complaints Commission, and its code, may not be doing the job when it comes to journalistic oversight. He points to the recent Goodman case as well as other press scandals that suggest that reporters eager for scoops have crossed the line and muses that the PCC has been unable to rein them in. But what, if anything, should replace the PCC? Read more here.