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Tag Archives: icorrect
Yesterday I raised some questions about new site ICorrect, asking where it fitted into the libel / media regulation picture. For those who missed the story, a new site was launched allowing correctors, who pay $1,000 a year ($5,000 for … Continue reading
I’m very curious about new site ICorrect, which I first read about in the Evening Standard on Friday: Kate Moss alert. The supermodel has broken cover to post a statement on ICorrect.com, Sir David Tang’s new website for high- profile … Continue reading