Monday 15 June 2009

Panorama on privacy

Impressed by tonight's Panorama on privacy and the media.
Rather than concentrating on celebs being hounded by the paparazzi it looked at stories about health authorities and homes for offenders that are being suppressed.
Also looked at the massive fees charged by lawyers like Schillings.
Thought Ian Hislop gave Max Mosley a spanking about how the Grand Prix boss wants to put journalists in prison but suggested they wouldn't enjoy it as much as he would.
Good programme that, for once, looked at the issue from the public's point of view.

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