phone hacking scandal

Further encouraging services of public interest and duty, the group are pressing to ensure the BBC acts in favour of the public, not profit and to consider secure and transparent long-term sources of funding. Of equal importance to the coalition and of great public interest is for the government to implement Lord Justice Leveson's proposals in full.
Rupert Murdoch keeps his promises. On Wednesday, after months of careful machinations behind the scenes to find the right
Rupert Murdoch's protege is set to return to his empire after being acquitted of charges in a phone-hacking and bribery scandal.
On Friday morning, Coulson walked out of Hollesley Bay Prison in Suffolk, but did not speak to reporters. The scandal caused
Meanwhile Mirren has some sage advice for the starlets targeted. "'The best thing is to be superior and not take it too seriously
Variety reports that Clooney is set to helm an adaptation of "Hack Attack," the book about the whole Murdoch mess by Guardian
Rupert Murdoch is plotting his empire's expansion -- growth that could include purchases of Tribune Company newspapers and, reportedly, Time Inc. But will 2014 be the year that the media mogul, who's skilled at reinventing himself and burying old mistakes, is finally held to account?
Morgan said: "There’s a certain irony to me that people I know, some good friends of mine are currently in the Old Bailey
LONDON, Oct 30 (Reuters) - Three former senior journalists from Rupert Murdoch's British tabloid the News of the World have
The Sun's deputy editor is among those to have been charged over illegal payments, while Rebekah Brooks and Andy Coulson
Murdoch, who has recently split from his wife and been the target of a new police investigation in England, seemed to have
In it, Murdoch rails against the arrests, and says they are over "next to nothing." In March, Murdoch made a trip to London
LONDON - Hacked Off, a not-for-profit group that has pushed for press-regulation reform using Hugh Grant as one of its public
A police officer arrested on Tuesday has become the 100th person arrested in relation to the investigations into News Corp
"I felt sufficiently strongly that we should not be diverting resources that are to do with saving people's lives ... on
Morgan was confronted with former statements he made about phone hacking and multiple passages from his book, "The Insider
After Entwistle's resignation, Murdoch added, "Now BBC will probably split editor-in- chief and Director General jobs.Would
The four claimants, represented by Mark Lewis, who also represented other celebrities and claimants in action taken against
While Rebekah Brooks, together with her fellow ex-News of the World editor Andrew Colson are looking at potential prison time, yet another member of the ex-News of the World editor's club is doing just fine.