‘Is language the key to hooking India on the web?’
The number of internet users in India is rising at a rapid pace, but analysts say companies need to look beyond English to create content and build new technology to accelerate the rise.
‘Phone hacking: prosecutor will decide on charges within weeks’
The director of public prosecutions has told the Guardian that prosecutors aim to decide by the end of this month whether they will bring phone-hacking charges against former News of the World journalists.
‘Leveson inquiry: Lord Black and Lord Hunt – live’
Lord Justice Leveson will question Lord Hunt, the chairman of the Press Complaints Commission and Lord Black, the chairman of the body that finances the commission, the Press Standards Board of Finance (PressBof) at the inquiry today.
‘Johnston Press closes Northern Ireland weekly’
Johnston Press has announced plans to close its Donegal on Sunday title with loss of three editorial jobs.
‘How The Times undermined its own good work on Leveson Inquiry’
Ian Burrell discusses the apology issued in The Times last week to the former Prime Minister Gordon Brown. Burrell comments, “Not only had The Times got a story wrong, but it contributed to a corporate vendetta by its parent company News International, attempting to come to the aid of its sister paper The Sun.”