'Daily Mail' Online 'Disadvantaged' By UK Rules

Martin Clarke, publisher of Mail Online, which is second only to the New York Times in terms of its global audience, said it abided by a British media code restricting the use of pictures of the Duchess of Cambridge's sister going to work or shopping. This was contrary to Mail Online's rivals in America who freely published "hundreds" of pictures of Middleton taken each day by paparazzi photographers, he said. "That is a commercial disadvantage I just have to live with."

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