Paparazzi v British media

Nash G. Sorariba
2019 Pacific Journalism Review – Te Koakoa  
Inspite of the tragedy of Princess Diana and the public backlash against paparazzi, the British Government has refused to implement recommendations of statutory control in 'privacy'. It must have faith in self-regulation by the media; and it does not believe control is necessary in a democracy.
doi:10.24135/pjr.v4i1.628 fatcat:nbkdg4bu2vexzijduxjh4vjesi