Court documents indicate deletion of emails at News Int

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News International's headquarters at 3 Thomas More Square in London

‘Phone hacking: Court documents suggest emails were destroyed’
According to documents released to the Daily Telegraph by a high court judge, senior employees at News International directed that hundreds of thousands of staff emails were destroyed in the wake of the phone-hacking scandal

‘Sun on Sunday: never has a newspaper been launched in such adversity’
Roy Greenslade discusses the Sunday edition of the Sun that will come out for the first time this weekend

‘Syria: wounded journalists’ YouTube pleas for help’
Two journalists wounded in the attack that killed Marie Colvin and Remi Ochlik have issued appeals for evacuation via YouTube

‘Labour peer decides not to write column for Sun on Sunday’
Maurice Glasman has decided against writing a column for the Sunday edition of the Sun

‘New independent media regulator plan submitted to Leveson’
A proposal of a new model for media regulation has been compiled and submitted to Lord Justice Leveson by a group of lawyers, academics and journalists

‘Trying to Find a Cry of Desperation Amid the Facebook Drama’
The New York Times discuss the link between Facebook use and depression

‘Twitter head tells those who spend hours on site to stop’
Christopher Isaac Stone says some people admit to logging onto Twitter for 12 hours straight

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