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Freedom of the press and statutory regulation – lessons from Finland?

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Following our current concern with bad press behaviour at the News of the World, and the Murdoch stable generally, and our analysis of the over-cosy relationships in the UK between media, police and politicians, it is interesting to see that statutory regulation in Finland has not curtailed freedom of the press. We would not expect it of course, any more than criminal laws stop crime!


Freedom of the press and statutory regulation – lessons from Finland?

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