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Privacy Commission Day 4, Witness 1: Alan Rusbridger

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George South | 08:07 UK time, Wednesday, 22 June 2011

Alan Rusbridger

The Guardian's editor Alan Rusbridger gives evidence to PM's Privacy Commission.

Full audio and transcript here


  • Comment number 1.

    Events have shown that that the Press have been guilty of criminal invasion of privacy, the PCC is ineffectual, the Police have been trading information and the free press will probasbly not survive without the interest of Murdoch.
    The Publicists and Lawyers grow rich. I see how one bribes a Policeman in a criminal matter but in civil court actions surely the adviser is giving criminally defective advice to a client to encourage awarding or receiving payments even in kind. Yet the Publicists and Lawyers receive eye watering payments
    Perhaps it is time for H.M. Customs and Inland Rev, F.S.A. Banks, Law Society, Bar Council. to flag up every member with unusual payments of £700+ and charge the Ungodly with money laundering offences
    Al Capone was incarcerasted because of tax .
    Will the judge have the power to uncover the corruption in the Officers of the courts and Civil Service?

  • Comment number 2.

    Sorry about spelling, like the typists of the interviews my fingers do not hear so well!


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