Podcast: Leveson and the internet

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Leveson's recommendations have implications - but not necessarily immediate consequences - for the internet
Leveson's recommendations have implications - but not necessarily immediate consequences - for the internet

What do Lord Justice Leveson's recommendations mean for the online world?

This week's politics.co.uk's podcast looks at some of the issues facing internet websites and social media sites like Twitter, Facebook etc.

We're joined by the University of Westminster's Professor Steve Barnett, one of Britain's leading experts in media issues; Conservative MPs Jason McCartney and Conor Burns; and Evan Harris of the Hacked Off campaign, as they debate some of the principles underpinning the phone-hacking debate.


And at the end of the podcast, Ian Dunt emerges from the media lock-in to assess what Lord Justice Leveson's recommendations have in store for the internet.

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