The Leveson inquiry into press standards couldn't be credible if it didn't begin to look into the implications of social networks upon the press and privacy landscape. However Leveson has also admitted that he sees Facebook and Twitter as being distinctly different, "pub chatter" between friends. But is this really the case? And does leaving these networks out of any regulation undermine the whole process?
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