Rupe-related images on the internet could be banned under a new law. "People, especially children don't want to see any online pictures of Rupert Murdoch who so violated our free press, and they have the right to be protected against them, " the Prime Minister told a press conference.
"Soon, those who want to to go on seeing online depictions of Rupe, as I used to call him, will have to opt in and pay to look behind a pay wall, which all sounds disgusting and furtive to me. Let me make it clear, I never had anything to do with Rupe. Even simulated Rupe is unacceptable, so those planning a Channel 5 mini series in which Andy Coulson is depicted as being repeatedly Ruped in secret in this very place, 10 Downing Street, had better watch out."
Mr Cameron refused to discuss whether his friend and neighbour Ms Rebekah Wade was a victim of Rupe, saying the matter is still before the courts.