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last weekIndustries / Law : Techdirt

Time for another look back through Techdirt history... Five Years Ago: Probably the biggest news item to kick off this week in 2009 was the News Corp. phone hacking scandal: the Guardian published its expose, and while it was clearly a big deal, I don't think anyone knew just how huge it would become. Show More Summary

Morning Media Newsfeed: Coulson Gets 18 Months | SiriusXM Fires Opie & Anthony‘s Cumia

2 weeks agoIndustries / Media : FishbowlNY

Click here to receive Mediabistro’s Morning Media Newsfeed via email. Andy Coulson Gets 18 Months in Tabloid Phone Hacking (NYT) Andy Coulson, a former senior editor in Rupert Murdoch’s news empire and a onetime adviser to Prime Minister...Show More Summary

Andy Coulson Gets 18 Months in Tabloid Phone Hacking

Mr. Coulson, 46, a former editor in Rupert Murdoch’s news empire, was found guilty last week of one count relating to the hacking scandal.

Ex-Editor Gets 18 Months In U.K. Phone Hacking Case

2 weeks agoNews : The Two-Way

Andy Coulson, the former editor of the now defunct News of the World, was found guilty last week of conspiracy to hack personal voicemails.

UK newspaper editor jailed for phone hacking

Andy Coulson, a former aide to PM David Cameron, found guilty of hacking while editor of the News of the World.

Phone hacking: Andy Coulson jailed for 18 months

Andy Coulson has this morning been jailed for 18 months for conspiracy to hack phones. He was sentenced at the Old Bailey along with four colleagues: Greg Miskiw and Neville… Continue reading The post Phone hacking: Andy Coulson jailed for 18 months appeared first on Spectator Blogs.

Former News of the World editor gets 18 months in phone hacking case

Former News of the World editor Andy Coulson, a onetime aide to British Prime Minister David Cameron, has been sentenced to 18 months in jail for participating in a conspiracy to hack the phones of celebrities, politicians and crime victims.

Phone Hacking: The Cost of Trial and Police Probes To-Date

The trial costs for Rupert Murdoch's News Corp are estimated at $100 million-plus, with the cost of trial and probes to British taxpayers estimated to be close to $70 million. read more

News of the World ex-editor: I didn't know hacking was illegal

The editor convicted of turning Rupert Murdoch's best-selling tabloid into a criminal enterprise is blaming the newspapers' lawyers for failing to tell him that phone hacking was a crime.

Andy Coulson to Face Retrial in Royal Phone Hacking Case

A jury failed to reach a verdict last week on charges that the former tabloid editor and spokesman for Prime Minister David Cameron illegally obtained royal telephone directories.

Former News of the World editor to face even more charges in phone hacking scandal

Former News of the World editor Andy Coulson and the paper’s former royal reporter Clive Goodman will face a retrial on charges stemming from the phone hacking case.

Elephant in the Room

The Guardian newspaper seems to have taken the outcome of the phone hacking trial very personally with a very long article (too long to publish on the blog site) in which one of its journalists, Nick Davies, essentially complains about the outcome. Show More Summary

Hacking Scandal

What many people don't appreciate about the great phone hacking scandal is that there are many more prosecutions in the pipeline involving other journalists and newspapers - not just those from the now defunct News of the World. So the...Show More Summary

Rebekah Brooks says she feels 'vindicated' by her acquittal

Former News of the World editor Rebekah Brooks said Thursday she is innocent of phone hacking and other crimes and feels vindicated by a jury's unanimous decision to acquit her.

Hacking Investigation And Trial Cost £100m, And It’s Not Over

Allegations of phone hacking have led to an unprecedented public spending spree by police and the Crown Prosecution Service contributing to the £100m overall cost of the investigation and trial. Despite the allegations being comparatively...Show More Summary

Phone hacking, Europe, Ukip: nothing is sticking to David Cameron, the Teflon Toff

Early one morning in 1983 the Democratic congresswoman for Colorado’s first district, Patricia Schroeder, was cooking eggs for her children. As she did so she grappled with a dilemma. “How does Ronald Reagan do it?”, she asked herself. The economy was mired in recession. Unemployment was at its highest level since the Great Depression. And [...]

Politics and Pyjamas

As one former newspaper editor (Andy Coulson) faces the prospect of prison over his role in the phone hacking scandal, here's a reminder of just how close the UK's senior politicians have been over the years to media moguls like Rupert Murdoch. Show More Summary

Five things you missed in the phone hacking trial

The hacking trial has caused a political storm – with the prime minister denying that he’s ever even met someone called Andy Coulson and Ed Miliband on the verge of calling an inquiry into the Leveson inquiry (to be followed with an inquiry into the cost of all these damned inquiries). But what did we [...]

Attorney General was inside No 10 when Cameron recorded Coulson statement

Mr Justice Saunders, who has been presiding over the phone hacking trial, is not impressed with our political leaders. He has halted the trial of Andy Coulson because the jury… Continue reading The post Attorney General was inside No 10 when Cameron recorded Coulson statement appeared first on Spectator Blogs.

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