IPSO rejects any assertion that lack of regulation is responsible for the spread of material on white supremacist internet forums. This response sets out how IPSO has handled the complaints cited in this report.
Read more about our work including complaints statistics, the IPSO Mark and how we support accountable journalism.
Lord Faulks discusses IPSO's privacy notices, harassment services and arbitration scheme in The Times.
Due to the high volume of complaints and level of interest, we are providing a summary of our response to complaints about this article and further information which may be helpful.
We are currently receiving a high volume of complaints about this article. We will deal with these under our normal procedures but there may be a slight delay in receiving an acknowledgement to your complaint.
Our response to 38 degrees petition on potential press harassment and intrusion, particularly in the wake of the death of Caroline Flack.
Sheffield's Centre for Freedom of the Media (CFOM) discuss recent research undertaken for IPSO.
Details of IPSO's services and how we can help the public and organisations with concerns around reporting of Covid-19
Carn Bren Publishing, Yellow Monday Media, Candide Limited and ThePeple join a growing number of publishers who have signed up to be regulated by IPSO.
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