‘Rebekah Brooks among six latest Weeting arrests’
Six more arrests have been made as part of the Operation Weeting phone-hacking investigation this morning. Among the arrests are former News International chief executive Rebekah Brooks and her husband Charlie, who had been arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to pervert the course of justice contrary to the Criminal Law Act 1977.
‘NUJ: FT strike to go ahead as talks ‘break down”
The National Union of Journalists says that strike action will go ahead at the Financial Times later today.
‘Yahoo files lawsuit against Facebook’
Yahoo is filing a lawsuit against Facebook claiming that the social networking site infringes patents.
‘BBC saves £77,000 on Worldwide chairman’s salary’
Mark Thompson, the BBC’s director general is to become the chairman of BBC Worldwide.
‘Speaker draws flak for probe against porngate reporters’
Following allegations that two BJP ministers watched porn on the mobile phone of a colleague inside the assembly, the Press Council of India has objected to the proceedings against the journalists who exposed them.
‘Trust is the key for media owners says Economist CEO Andrew Rashbass’
Andrew Rashbass, the chief executive of The Economist Group, says trust should be fundamental when starting a media business