Fixed chain Paperchase’s apology for marketing in Daily Mail has been branded an attack on press liberty

AN APOLOGY by Paperchase for distributing covering paper in a paper has actually been branded bad for press freedom.The stationer ran

the promo in the Daily Mail however bowed to pressure following a social media project by Stop Funding Hate.Paperchase provided a grovelling apology and said it would not deal with the paper again.The group’s founder admitted on BBC’s Newsnight it wished to manage the media.Richard Wilson said:”

I think the end point for us is a media that does the job that we desire it to.That maintains the public

interest, that treats individuals fairly.” Stop Financing Hate’s creator Richard Wilson admitted to Newsnight the point

of the project was to manage the media Now advertisers’

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iPhone -however gets POTATOES in Black Friday scam”Pressure group lobbying of this kind has unfavorable implications

for our press liberty.”ISBA, the voice of advertisers, stated: “As a fundamental concept, marketers need to not look for to influence editorial or content policy.”There are excellent factors for this process. We reside in a democracy where publishers are not censored by the Government. We shouldn’t consider given the liberty of the press.”