About IPSO Watch

IPSO WATCH MONITORS HOW THE PRESS HANDLES THE PUBLIC’S COMPLAINTS

Despite being shamed by the Leveson Inquiry, the top newspaper companies refuse to provide fair redress for ordinary people of the kind Lord Leveson recommended and Parliament endorsed. Instead they set up another secretive “self-regulator” called IPSO and are making false claims about its independence and effectiveness. That’s where IPSO Watch comes in.

IPSO Watch – with your help – monitors what IPSO is up to and tells the public. It keeps count of breaches of the code of conduct, identifies the chief offenders – which IPSO does not do – and highlights the feeble ‘remedies’ that press bosses think are sufficient. In this way we can prevent another propaganda whitewash of the kind that covered up the disgraceful failings of the Press Complaints Commission for decades.

So if you have had dealings with IPSO, or with the complaints department of any news publisher, please let us know. Tell us about your experience, whatever it was. We promise to respect your privacy and confidentiality.

IPSO Watch partners

We can’t suggest that you complain to IPSO because we think they’ll try to brush you off with a quick fix. But if you do decide to take your complaint forward, you might want to seek advice or support from one of our partners.

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Contact us

General Enquiries: help@ipsowatch.org

Phone: 020 3627 9684

Out of hours media contact: 07554 665 940

How we are funded

IPSO WATCH is funded by the Joseph Rowntree Reform Trust, and is an initiative of the Hacked Off Campaign.

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