Where Ofcom1 has considered and adjudicated upon a fairness complaint2, it may direct the relevant person3 to publish4 the following matters5:
(1) a summary of the complaint6; and
(2) Ofcom's findings on the complaint (or a summary of those findings)7,
in such manner, and within such period, as may be specified in the directions8.
The form and content of any summary mentioned in head (1) or head (2) above must be such as may be approved by Ofcom9.
A relevant person must comply with any such directions given to him for these purposes10; and the regulatory regime for every licensed service includes
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