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Rupert Murdoch acknowledges News Corp. errors

News Corp. Chief Executive Rupert Murdoch sought to move beyond a damaging report from Parliament accusing him of "willful blindness" in failing to properly investigate allegations of phone hacking by one one of his company's London-based tabloids.
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