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BBC clashes with Google over ‘right to be forgotten’ policy

Web giant under scrutiny for deleting search links to BBC website.

Paper economies

Print enthusiasts still have plenty to look out for, says John Blauth.

Possibly confusing messages

Warren Buffet may have confidence in local papers but he isn't leaving things to chance, writes John Blauth.

Can video save the radio star?

The BBC is planning to boost its radio stations by increasing collaboration with its television channels.

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Mulcaire pleads guilty to Milly Dowler phone hacking

Private investigator and three News of the World journalists admit to conspiring to hack phones.

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In defence of the cliché

Celebrating the ascendency of the humble cliche, in its newest and most classic forms.

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Libel tourism ‘dead’ after landmark rulings

Two rulings against wealthy claimants should serve as landmarks, ending London’s reputation as the capital for libel tourism.

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Press could take fight against new regulation to Europe

Times executive editor Roger Alton says court action is a possibility after the Privy Council rejected the industry’s alternative Royal Charter.

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MI5 claims Guardian damaged fight against terrorism

The head of the MI5 has claimed that the Guardian‘s Edward Snowden leaks will help terrorists to evade capture and “strike at will”.

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Times and Sunday Times to remain separate

Board confirms new editors after receiving assurances from News UK about future of both papers.

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Guardian’s Snowden story ‘undermined child sex ring investigation’

Cabinet Secretary Jeremy Heywood pleaded with Rusbridger to withhold security revelations.

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“Before we all sink into a slough of digital dystopian despair, it might be worth considering this: is this a sign of the strength, not weakness, of revelatory journalism in the digital age?”


Charlie Beckett, director of POLIS at the London School of Economics, reacts to news that the UK government forced the Guardian into destroying hard drives that contained information leaked by Edward Snowden.


(Source: POLIS)

 

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