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There seem to have been a succession of scandals in the news over recent times, for instance the phone hacking scandal that resulted in the closure of a once great newspaper, that have served to highlight the importance of email, particularly when it comes to legal evidence. Deliberately deleting email that might be required in [...]
Defending him from a shaving cream pie thrower as he testified to a U.K. parliamentary committee about his paper's phone hacking scandal apparently wasn't enough. On Thursday, it was confirmed that Rupert Murdoch, CEO of News Corp. and...Show More Summary
Rebekah Brooks, former chief of News International, formally denied charges in the British phone hacking scandal. Brooks was once considered to be one of the most powerful people in Britain. However, this all changed after she allegedly intercepted voicemails from celebrities, royalty, and people who were making the news. According to reports, journalists at Rupert [...]Show More Summary
(LONDON) — The former chief executive of Rupert Murdoch’s News International on Wednesday denied all charges against her related to phone hacking. Rebekah Brooks answered “not guilty” in a firm voice at a court hearing at London’s Southwark...Show More Summary
Other top journalists at the News of the World tabloid also pleaded not guilty at the hearing in London. Brooks is facing five charges ranging from conspiracy to obstruction of justice.
Rebekah Brooks appeared in court on Wednesday and denied five counts relating to the phone hacking scandal that forced the closure of one of the country’s biggest tabloids.
Rebekah Brooks has pleaded not guilty to phone hacking, conspiracy to pervert course of justice and conspiracy to pay officials.The former News Of The World editor entered her plea during a pre-trial hearing at Southwark Crown Court.Brooks...Show More Summary
The week of May 17th, 2013 pits IRS scandals with phone hacking, Kanye West, stem cells, and David Beckham, leaving shocking news for every type of person.
I’m not sure what’s more surprising – that Bloomberg reporters have been using Bloomberg terminals to snoop on customers, or the fact it was The New York Post that broke the story. Given its reporting on the Boston Marathon bombing, I half expected it would later come to light the Post was wrong – not that it...
David Johnson will be charged with conspiracy to pervert the course of justice for allegedly concealing evidence from police about the former News International CEO. read more
In the Times, David Aaronovitch says the media's promotion of the MMR scare was "a crime worse than phone hacking." This poses a question: did this happen because of the nature of the media, or despite it? What I mean...
News Corp. settles lawsuits over the phone hacking scandal by emptying its insurance policies to the tune of $139 million -- minus legal fees.
(Reuters) - News Corp on Monday said it reached a deal to settle shareholder litigation over the board of directors' actions related to the company's phone hacking scandal and other earlier matters.
Last week headlines regarding an Android App’s ability to hack an airliners’ in-flight systems computer once again invoked fear among travelers, however the reality is those fears exist in a virtual world scenario, not a real world scenario. Hugo Teso, an IT security consultant with Germany’s n.runs AG, presented what appears to be some [...]Show More Summary
Hot on the heals of the latest phone hacking revelations the three main political parties in Britain have finally agreed to a new press regulator. Talk about opening a can of worms. Now the press will be regulated independently of itself by a body backed by government legislation. Many are concerned that the freedom of [...]
The former pugilist referenced Rupert Murdoch's wife Wendi Deng for defending her husband from a custard pie attack at a Parliamentary hearing in 2011. read more
"My chef got her phone hacked by someone calling 'from AT&T' and they stole all her data including recipes. If you see a foie doughnut lmk." — Justin Warner of Brooklyn's Do or Dine and winner of Food Network Star...
Telegraph: The Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe, which usually polices elections to ensure against human rights abuses, said that the phone hacking scandal should not be used as an "excuse" to restrict free speech. Show More Summary
Hugh Grant is best known for his stammering, bemused characters in movies like Notting Hill and Four Weddings and a Funeral. The actor proved that's simply a cinematic concoction with his latest essay, written for UK's The Observer.Show More Summary