(THIS ARTICLE IS ONLY MACHINE TRANSLATED by Google from Norwegian)
[article] It's blowing around the Press' Professional Committee (PFU), the Norwegian media's autonomy body, at the moment. Several cases have attracted a lot of attention. Some claim that PFU is inconsistent and issue rulings according to the day's form. In my view, it is wrong. PFU, on the contrary, is very consistent. The committee practices a narrow view of what should be considered press ethics issues, and two of the controversial cases illustrate this. . .
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