The Press Complaints Commission (PCC) a voluntary press organisation founded in 1953 with the aim of maintaining high standards of ethics in journalism for British printed newspapers and magazines which deals with complaints about the editorial content.
There are 16 codes of practice on which judgments are made are as follows to journalists: :
Accuracy Opportunity to reply Privacy Harassment Intrusion into grief or shock Children Children in sex cases Hospitals
Reporting of Crime Clandestine devices and subterfuge Victims of sexual assault Discrimination Financial journalism Confidential sources Witness payments in criminal trials Payment to criminals
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