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How do you know if something is in the interest of the public or not?

Question asked by: mrquestion

Asked on: 19 Jan 2010

Whether something is of interest to the public or not is itself a matter of interest.

I suppose you would need to argue that it would provide useful extra knowledge to the public rather than just being tittle tattle or salacious gossip or at the other end something that clearly should remain private. I suppose a lot of it is a matter of interpretation and the sort of thing that people coudl argue about for a long time!

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Replied at: 19 Jan 2010
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