“We’re respectful when it comes to our celebrity coverage....We want to take our readers inside the lives of celebrities and you have to be respectful if you want to do that.”
-- Rogers Publishing spokesperson Suneel Khanna, quoted on behalf of Hello! Canada in the Toronto Star. He was responding to a story from the Leveson inquiry in London (sparked by the phone hacking scandal) in which the editor of Hello! in Britain said that 70% of what she publishes is pre-approved by the celebrities they write about.