‘Questions for News Corp over rival’s collapse’
BBC1′s Panorama, which was broadcast last night suggested that a section of Rupert Murdoch’s News Corporation, NDS, employed hackers to crack the smart card codes of its rival company ONdigital.
‘Google should be forced to censor search results, say MPs’
A cross-party committee of MPs and peers has asked the government to introduce legislation to ensure that Google censors its search results to block material that a court has found to be in breach of someone’s privacy.
‘MPs: No need for new privacy laws’
The results of a report that have been published today state that new privacy legislation should not be introduced, as it would not “clarify” the law.
‘Mirror in breach for naming Stephen Lawrence killer’s son’
The PCC has said that A Daily Mirror article that names the 11-year-old son of Gary Dobson, one of Stephen Lawrence’s killers, was a “clear breach” of the editors’ code of practice.
‘This American Life’s retraction of the Mike Daisey story set an online listening record’
Almost 900,000 people streamed or downloaded This American Life’s radio show ‘Retraction’.
‘Twitter’s Ad for Its Ads (Video)’
Twitter is launching an ad platform, which is explained well by this video.