‘Leveson inquiry: David Cameron set to give evidence’
Prime Minister David Cameron attends a full day of questioning in front of the Leveson inquiry today. The media ethics inquiry is expected to focus on his relationship with figures in Rupert Murdoch’s media empire. Watch the inquiry live here: www.levesoninquiry.org.uk/hearings/. The Guardian reports on the most significant revelations of the day here.
‘Microsoft said to be in talks to acquire Yammer social network’
Bloomberg has reported that Microsoft Corp is in discussions to acquire Yammer Inc., operator of a social network for businesses.
‘Elle magazine to be edited by interns’
One issue of Elle magazine is to be edited entirely by interns. A competition to be one of the interns who will produce the October issue has attracted almost 400 applicants within two weeks of being launched.
‘ICANN announces hundreds of ‘.whatever’ domain claims’
ICANN, the governing body for “.com” and other top-level domains, on Wednesday introduced a list of hundreds of new ones, including “.autoinsurance,” “.google” and “.porn.”
‘May setting out plans to monitor internet use in the UK’
Details of internet use in the UK will have to be stored for a year to allow police and intelligence services to access it, under government plans.
‘Who’s afraid of the euro crisis?’
A BBC infographic explores EU leaders’ fears about the Euro. EU leaders and heads of major institutions nervously await the outcome of fresh elections in Greece, the effects of which could determine the future of the euro. But how might the crisis in Greece spread out across Europe and what are the main fears for each economy?