The Leveson Inquiry: The Views of UK Journalists

In parallel with the Leveson Inquiry, the Center for International Media Ethics (CIME) is asking for the views of UK journalists on the ethics and regulation of their profession. This survey aims to allow UK journalists the opportunity to voice their opinion on the current level of ethics and how these levels can be improved.
We trust you will answer with the fullest consideration of your opinion. Answering the questions will not take long and your answers will be used anonymously in the interests of international journalism.

    General Questions

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    Investigative Journalism and the Public Interest

    Payments to the police
    Payments to civil servants
    Payments to politicians
    Doorstepping
    Phone Hacking
    Hacking Email accounts
    Long Lens Photography
    Secret Recording
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    The PCC

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    The Leveson Inquiry

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    Thank you for your time and your valuable contribution.