Media mogul Rupert Murdoch has resigned as a director of a number of News Corp boards overseeing his Britain newspapers,
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As one of the major beneficiaries of political support from media baron Rupert Murdoch, former PM Tony Blair today said it was 'inevitable' for journalists and politicians to have a relationship, but it became a problem when it was 'wrong'.
Senior London police staff linked to the News Corp phone hacking scandal showed poor judgment, took bad decisions and got too close to journalists working for Rupert Murdoch's newspapers, an independent watchdog said on Thursday.
Rupert Murdoch on Thursday declared war against "enemies" who have accused his pay-TV operation of sabotaging its rivals, denouncing them as "toffs and right wingers" stuck in the last century.
The Sun's deputy editor Geoff Webster, picture editor John Edwards, chief reporter John Kay, chief foreign correspondent Nick Parker and reporter John Sturgis were those arrested.
A lawyer representing 51 alleged victims of phone hacking by British tabloids laid out a litany of charges before the inquiry looking into press abuses including bribing, bullying and computer hacking.
Family businesses like Murdoch's gained from the globalisation impulse. But now, those same impulses have increased the chances of backlashes that focus on the vulnerabilities, weaknesses and mistakes of big family firms.
A British parliamentary committee today said up to 12,800 people either by mobile phone or landline may have been affected by phone hacking and that the t police had set aside a lot of material that could have identified other perpetrators and victims.
The latest bombshell in this fast developing story came after British PM David Cameron announced a broad, multi-pronged enquiry into the growing scandal around Rupert Murdoch's newspapers, press regulation and allegations of police corruption relating to the scandal.
Question is now who's going to follow in those footsteps?