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Love or hate us, we members of the Fourth Estate hold what we do as dear and sacred. We try to hold ourselves to a certain standard, one that prizes ethics and restraint above sensationalism and tawdry tactics, one that attempts to effect positive...
Tags: Crimes, Social Issues, Mass Media, Journalism, Ethics
REUTERSLONDON, England -- Rebekah Brooks, former chief executive of News Corp's British newspaper arm News International, was released on bail early Monday after being questioned over the phone-hacking scandal, the Metropolitan police said in a statement Monday....
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Q13 FOX News Online & CNN WireOne of the first journalists to go on the record and allege phone-hacking at News of the World was found dead Monday, the British Press Association said. Sean Hoare, a former News of the World employee who said Andy Coulson "encouraged" phone-hacking,...
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KIAHThe News Corp. hacking scandal seems to be getting worse by the day and now the addition of a death! The former ‘News of the World’ reporter who blew the lid off the phone hacking scandal was found dead today. Police found Sean Hoare`s...
Staff reporterOne of the first journalists to go on the record and allege phone hacking at News of the World was found dead Monday, the British Press Association said. Sean Hoare, a former News of the World employee, "was discovered at his home in Watford,...
KTLA NewsLONDON -- A former journalist who told the New York Times that phone hacking at Rupert Murdoch's now defunct News of the World was more extensive than the paper had acknowledged at the time, has been found dead, media reported on Monday. Police said they...
Q13 FOX News Online & ReutersRupert Murdoch's British newspaper group told staff to change their passwords and tighten security, sources said on Tuesday, after hackers attacked the website of his tabloid The Sun. Hackers on Monday redirected The Sun's online readers to a fake page...
More than two dozen News Corp.-owned cable channels may go off satellite broadcaster DirecTV on Nov. 1 if the two companies can't reach an agreement on a new distribution agreement. On Friday, DirecTV, which has more than 19 million subscribers,...
British police now say 5,795 people may have been victims of the phone hacking campaign carried out by the News of the World newspaper. That's more than the roughly 4,000 names which police originally claimed to have uncovered. In a statement released...
This used to be a noble profession. Still is, to tell you the truth. To hear an editor debate whether a story is fair to some deplorable individual most would consider unworthy of the effort or to watch a reporter rush toward danger to tell a story that...
KIAHShocked... Appalled ... Ashamed... We're not talking about what Tim Gunn would probably say about Rebekah Brooks' hair, we're talking about what News Corps. Head Rupert Murdoch told the English Parliament today regarding the Milly Dowler case. That is,...
Tags: Crimes, KIAH, Crime, Law and Justice, England, Computer Crime
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