What goes up must come down, and it looks like it's time for News International to fall hard on its ass. Does the U.S. DoJ have the drive to hit them when they're down? I doubt it. Like the law professor quoted here, I'd guess that we'll see a
News of the latest findings of the Leveson Inquiry into the phone hacking Scandal at News Of The World, and Newscorp, News International and Rupert Murdoch, released today.
Rupertgate Update - Rebekah Brooks arrested again. Along with husband Charlie Brooks, Head of Security at News International Mark Hanna and three others as yet unidentified. Police did a roundup this morning.
Rupertgate Update - The Son Sets . . .for now. James Murdoch announced his resignation from News International in order to assume full-time duties at Newscorp overseeing Pay-TV operations. So they say.
Rupertgate Update - Our Monday Morning Mayhem. The Leveson Inquiry reconvenes. Deputy Assistant Commissioner Sue Akers testifies over widespread bribes and payments of officials in every facet of government by Sun Newspaper journalists. Singer Charlotte Church wins settlement from Newscorp. Issues blast at Murdoch for level of corruption in press.
When The Going Gets Tough The Tough Go Tabloid - Rupertgate Friday and news that Rupert Murdoch plans to launch a Sunday edition of The Sun in the face of widespread criticism over his handling of the News Of The World phone Hacking Scandal and the recent firings at The Sun.
Coming To A Courtoom Near You - further evidence that the Phone Hacking Scandal involving Rupert Murdoch's Newscorp empire may have much wider implications that originally thought came to light when Scotland Yard arrested several editors at Murdoch's other publication The Sun this weekend, following stepped-up investigations of bribery and coverup as reported on the BBC's Radio 4.
Rupertgate Monday - News of mass deletion of e-mails at News International according to Tech firm, BSkyB gives a vote of Confidence to James Murdoch and Grumblings from stateside Shareholders of Newscorp that a movement is afoot to ouster Rupert Murdoch. All in a day.
The latest batch of revelations for Sunday including the arrest of former CEO of News International and Editor of News Of The World Rebekah Brooks, and less than five hours later the abrupt resignation of Metropolitan Police Commissioner Sir Paul Stephenson over the ever-growing Phone Hacking and Bribery Scandal.
Just after the news that Rebekah Brooks had been arrested, this, via BBC: Metropolitan Police Commissioner Sir Paul Stephenson has resigned following the phone hacking scandal.Britain's most senior police officer said he had no knowledge of
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