Britain needs a new independent media regulator to eliminate a
subculture of unethical behavior that infected segments of the country's
press, a senior judge said Thursday at the end of a yearlong inquiry
into newspaper wrongdoing.
Lord Justice Brian Leveson said a new regulatory body should be
established in law to prevent more people being hurt by "press behavior
that, at times, can only be described as outrageous."
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