http://www.guardian.co.uk/media/2012/nov/29/leveson-report-key-points wrote:• Complainants not taken seriously enough
Leveson finds there is "a cultural tendency within parts of the press vigorously to resist or dismiss complainants almost as a matter of course". He says some papers are defensive, and even when an apology is agreed they get their own back by resorting to "high-volume, extremely personal attacks on those who challenge them".
Johnny_rad wrote:Carve is now run by a bunch of pretentious,' look at meeee'... Nobs!!.. Most of them can't even surf.. But I guess that is the way the surf industry is going.. Mainstream, all about money and run by people that know fuck all about surfing...
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