Its Journalists Code, designed to assist the deliberations of the inquiry, would require a signed pledge from journalists to uphold several provisions, including:
- More respect for the privacy of celebrities, but continued scrutiny of any illegality, dishonesty or hypocrisy.
-Greater transparency among news organization to deal with press inquiries about them.
-A ban on mentions of advertisers in editorial content.
-Libel reform to protect journalism in the public interest.
-A stronger Press Complaints Commission that can stipulate how corrections and rulings should be published.
-An independent commission with a majority of its non-journalist members.
-An end to unpaid internships.
-An end to copy approval by publicists and others pre-publication.