Press regulation: How royal charter applies to internet

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Newsnight's David Grossman tries to make sense of how a new press regulation regime - set up in the wake of the phone-hacking scandal - will apply to the internet and news-based websites.

An independent regulator, set up by royal charter and with powers to impose million pound fines on UK publishers and demand upfront apologies from them, will regulate newspapers, magazines and websites containing news-related material.

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