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  1. News of the World Scandal: Detective Who Tried To Sell Secrets Found Guilty

    7:52 am 1/10/2013

    Counter terrorist officer April Casburn tried to sell intel to a journalist working at Rupert Murdoch's now-defunct tabloid.Read more

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  2. Scotland Yard Officer Defends Herself as Phone Hacking-Related Trial Starts

    3:13 am 1/8/2013

    The detective is accused of looking to sell confidential information to the shuttered "News of the World" tabloid of Rupert Murdoch's News Corp.Read more

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  3. Phone Hacking Scandal: Hugh Grant Settles News of the World Claim

    4:25 am 12/22/2012

    The actor says he'll donate his damages money to the Hacked Off campaign for press reform.Read more

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  4. Rebekah Brooks Got $17.5 Million News Corp. Exit Package

    9:08 am 12/12/2012

    Earlier reports had estimated her payout amid the phone hacking scandal at $11.2 million.Read more

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  5. U.K. Prime Minister Tells Newspaper Industry to Sort Out Self-Regulation Plans Quickly

    7:08 am 12/4/2012

    David Cameron tells British tabloid and broadsheet editors that the "clock is ticking" for them following last week's Leveson Inquiry report.Read more

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  6. Hugh Grant: ‘Victims Betrayed by Leveson Report’

    8:34 am 11/30/2012

    The U.K. culture secretary Maria Miller says there is no need for "new press laws" despite Leveson's recommendations.Read more

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  7. U.K. Phone Hacking Report Cites Shortcomings of Murdochs, News Corp.

    7:48 am 11/29/2012

    The media conglomerate's stock opened slightly higher though as observers predicted none of the comments would cause new investor concerns.Read more

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  8. Rebekah Brooks, Andy Coulson Appear in London Court to Face Corruption Charges

    3:30 am 11/29/2012

    Authorities recently announced charges against the former News International CEO and the former tabloid editor in a probe of payments to public officials.Read more

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  9. U.K.'s Press Ethics Report Recommends New Independent Regulator

    2:17 am 11/29/2012

    The report of the inquiry into media standards in the wake of the News Corp. phone hacking case stayed away from sharp criticism of Rupert Murdoch and other big industry names.Read more

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  10. U.K. Prime Minister, News International CEO Support Stricter Press Regulation

    9:58 am 11/28/2012

    Ahead of the final Leveson Inquiry report, they say the current self-regulation system needs change, but the latter emphasized his opposition to state intervention.Read more

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