Hacking report threatens Murdoch’s grip on BSkyB | Reuters
One way to do that, lawyers and academics say, would be to avoid specific criticism of individuals and instead target the company as a whole.
“In the longer term, the health of the media sector may benefit more if the committee focuses on the company and the structural issues that were discovered rather than individuals,” said Jonathan Tonge, head of politics at Liverpool University.
Watson said caution was one reason why the report’s publication has been repeatedly delayed. “The reason it’s taking so long is we’ve been very, very cautious. We test the meaning of words within phrases within sentences within paragraphs.”