A New Beginning from the Hacked Off campaign:http://hackinginquiry.org/news/hacked-o ... beginning/
Now we are entering a third phase in which we will try to influence the decision over whether – after all that has happened – anything will really change. Hacked Off wants significant reforms, delivering a better press that is answerable to the public it is supposed to serve.
But we are very aware that the editors and owners of most of the national papers have set their faces against change and are determined to carry on as before. So we have a battle on our hands.
We will campaign and lobby as hard as we can to make the case for effective regulation of the press that is independent of both the government and the industry. We plan to lobby MPs and peers. We will have a presence at all the big party conferences. We will also try to rally together all of those hundreds of groups and individuals who gave evidence at Leveson about the need for change, and hundreds more who could have, in a coalition for change. We will take our case to the media, even where they don’t want to hear it (the papers say, after all, that they believe in free speech). And we will petition and blog and tweet and organise meetings and rallies and do whatever else it takes to get the message out.
Please support them, with money, too, if you can manage it.
Perhaps, as well, we should start feeding in some of our concerns, such as the use of comments to extend the messages of stories, or the use of blatantly false material.