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Two newspapes apologized to Pippa Middleton for photos of her. The PCC ruled the photos weren't harassment. (Credit: Flickr, "")

The Guardian’s Roy Greenslade highlighted two recent complaints Pippa Middleton filed with the UK media regulatory body the Press Complaints Commission over pictures of her by UK news outlets were harassment.

The pictures published in The Daily Telegraph and The Sun, however, were not ruled to be harassment.  But, both newspapers apologized to Middleton. The Sun unpublished the pictures online, according to Greenslade.

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