Hacked Off campaigns for meaningful reform of UK press self-regulation, ensuring that the victims of press abuse have their voices heard and are given protection from continuing intrusions.
Hacked Off is a not-for-profit organisation. We are not funded by government, corporate entities or political parties. Instead we remain independent by only accepting donations from trusts and individuals who want to make a difference – individuals like you.
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The Hacked Off National Campaign
Since 2011, Hacked Off has successfully campaigned for the independent inquiry into press abuses; assisted victims in telling their stories to the Leveson Inquiry and worked with the political parties to ensure that the Inquiry recommendations were not shelved, but were delivered through the Royal Charter on press self-regulation. Throughout, we have argued the case for change in every available forum.
None of this could have happened without the support of thousands of members of the public. We are appealing to people like you who want to see a press that enjoys freedom of expression but is accountable when things go wrong. We’ve achieved a huge amount so far.
You can help us finish the job.
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