Pressure Mounts On News Corp In Australia

from the Voice of America
Phil Mercer | July 21, 2011

Pressure Mounts On News Corp In Australia
Sydney Australia is to consider toughening its privacy laws in the wake of the British phone-hacking scandal that has stunned Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp. Canberra said Thursday that …

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Phone hacking: how News Corp’s failed bid BSkyB unfolded

from Telegraph.co.uk

He is keen to give final confirmation by July 19 when the summer
parliamentary recess begins Ofcom intervention fuels fears deal will not go ahead as phone hacking scandal hits proposed takeover. News of the World closed down and other News …

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Holder open to meeting Sept 11 families on hacking

from Reuters

The Mirror report, citing an unidentified source, has yet to be
independently verified but already has fueled US emotions over the wider
phone hacking scandal that has consumed Britain and rocked Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp media empire. …

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Phone Hacking: Brooks’ husband denies cover up after bag found near flat

from Telegraph.co.uk

Detectives began examining the items amid concern that they could prove
important in the phone hacking inquiry and fears were raised that they
could have been deliberately dumped. But last night Mr Brooks insisted the laptop and other items had nothing …

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Alleged computer hacking of NJ company by News Corp. subsidiary gets new attention

from The Star-Ledger – NJ.com

As a cell phone hacking scandal rages across the Atlantic, the New Jersey
computer hacking allegations are getting fresh attention. In the middle of a trial in Trenton in 2009 regarding the lawsuit filed by the Rebhs, News Corp. …

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Phone hacking: Rupert Murdoch woes deepen with prospect of US investigation

from Telegraph.co.uk

James Murdoch will today face MPs’ questions over compensation deals for
victims of phone hacking that obliged them to keep quiet about the matter. Mr Murdoch is chairman of News International in Europe and Asia, and deputy chief operating officer of …

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Dow Jones panel concerned about hacking scandal

from Reuters

NEW YORK (Reuters) – A special committee formed to oversee the integrity of Dow Jones & Co under parent News Corp is very concerned about the British phone hacking scandal that has shaken Rupert Murdoch’s media empire. The Dow Jones Special Committee …

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