Victims of press and sexual abuse unite: ONLINE!


English: Anti-paedophilia logo from the Nation...

English: Anti-paedophilia logo from the National Revival of Poland (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

There are enough people interpreting and commenting on the Leveson inquiry – which gave a voice to 51 of a new class of victims: ‘press victims’.

The Wikipedia page gives all the factual information. Lord Leveson realised that they need a place where to go to for complaints and compensation.

‘Victims’ also seemed to be on the agenda in the House of Commons debate. But I am as cynical as the editor of The DuckShoot: nothing is going to change regarding the mainstream media, unless people stop buying and reading:

AND: who knows what creative spirits come up with on the net??? For as long as possible, I will, remain hopeful regarding the potential of the internet concerning the public interest and its defence!

Here you can see which state uses its power to police the net! Guess which country is the worst?… Turkey, followed by the US! More

How the British public votes about Public Interest journalism

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Inforrm’s Blog is an International Forum for Responsible Media. Producing lots of regular updates, here’s an article from British Journalism Review – written by Steven Barnett, professor of communications at Westminster University.

It compares 4 ‘public interest’ headlines with 4 headlines relating more the celebrity journalism.

Good thinking in the age of blogging!


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