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Aug 23, 2014
Washington Post to stop using 'denigrative Redskins' name for NFL teamThe Washington Post editorial board will generally avoid using the word "Redskins" when referring to Washington's football team, it announced on Friday, saying the term denigrates Native Americans.
Jun 30, 2014
Phone hacking scandal: Andy Coulson to face fresh trial on bribery chargesBritish prosecutors have accused them of paying police officers to obtain royal phone directories so they could hack into the mobile phones of royal aides for stories.
Jun 27, 2014
Phone hacking trial: US probe of Murdoch's News Corp to continueAccused of phone hacking among other crimes, News Corp. confirmed that it had turned over more than 80,000 emails from US-based servers to US Justice Department investigators over a year ago.
Jun 26, 2014
Phone hacking trial: British PM apologises to parliament for hiring CoulsonI take full responsibility for employing Andy Coulson, I did so on the basis of assurances that I received. I am sorry, this was the wrong decision," Cameron told the parliament.
Jun 25, 2014
Phone hacking trial: British PM to be quizzed on decision to hire CoulsonWhile Cameron comes under fire for hiring Coulson, the acquittal of Brooks on charges of phone hacking and bribing public officials took some of the pressure off Murdoch.
Jun 25, 2014
Phone hacking trial: Regret hiring Coulson as media chief, says British PMCameron issued a sombre televised apology for hiring Coulson, showing how toxic the scandal remains nearly three years after News Corp boss Murdoch was forced to shut down the Sunday tabloid in disgrace.
Jun 25, 2013
Media coverage of Mandela hospitalisation was unethical: South African presidencyThe South African Presidency has criticised certain sections of the media for transgressing medical ethics in covering the hospitalisation of former president Nelson Mandela
May 28, 2012
Tony Blair to appear at media ethics inquiryFormer British Prime Minister Tony Blair is set to be questioned on his relationship with the press and Rupert Murdoch at an inquiry into media ethics.
Nov 30, 2011
If you want privacy, you must be evilThe problem with logic systems that assume that only people who have something to hide want privacy is deciding who gets to conceal, and who gets to pull away the mask.