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
Latest news regarding the ongoing Newscorp/News International/Rupert Murdoch phone hacking, bribery scandal. Former Chief Executive Rebekah Brooks resigns, U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder sets up investigation of allegations Newscorp hacked U.S. phones. Murdoch hold Mea Culpa session with the parents of Mily Dowler. Ads will appear in all UK publications from Newscorp/News International asking forgiveness on the weekend.
I caught a bit of the British House of Commons during their Prime Minister's questions this week, and needless to say, after what went on with Rupert Murdoch and his organization's phone hacking this week, the debate was a bit more interesting than
The latest news regarding revelations of Phone Hacking and the political/legal ramifications as of July 6, 2011