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The PCC is an independent body that deals with public complaints about content in newspapers and magazines. The PCC enforces a code of practice for press publications, which bases itself around professional and ethical standards, freedom of information, and the rights of the individual. There is a list of adjudicated and resolved cases of complaints investigated by the PCC since 1996, searchable by publication name, complainant name, or by the Code of Practice's clause name or number. The site also features PCC annual reports, again dating back to 1996. N.B. To access this site through the main link, it seems that you must have the Apple QuickTime player installed.