Camilla Wright, from Popbitch, has given evidence to the Leveson Inquiry this afternoon.
Popbitch is a celebrity news website comprising of a message board with updated news and a popular weekly newsletter.
Wright describes Popbitch as "trying to entertain, but also to inform", in an attempt to foil the "very PR-driven" entertainment industry.
When asked about sources Wright said that they have confidential, trusted sources all over the world, and that stories are verified if they are especially controversial. Registered users can also submit stories, in these circumstances Wright says that initially simple checks are carried out such as a Google search. She said that it is usually easy to figure out if a story is true or not.
In her evidence Wright said that the current definition of "public interest" is not broad enough. She seemed to suggest that anybody who is a public figure has the potential to influence the public, and is therefore in the public interest.
With regard to the privacy of public figures, Wright said this is a "very difficult, grey area", and that "it's a moving line".
When discussing potential reforms Leveson said that the rules have to cover everybody, to which Wright replied that with technology constantly evolving this would be very difficult. She added that if regulations were implemented they could be easily avoided by going abroad.