Ofcom has said today that Sky is “fit and proper” to hold on to its broadcasting licence after its parent company was embroiled in the phone-hacking scandal.
‘Kate topless photos published by Swedish magazine’
A Swedish celebrity magazine has published topless photos of the Duchess of Cambridge, less than 24 hours after her lawyers won an injunction preventing a French publisher from using the controversial pictures.
‘Censorship of anti-Islamic video-collateral effects of online freedom of information’
Reporters Without Borders discuss the issue on online freedom of information in relation to the ‘Innocence of Muslims’ film.
‘Al Jazeera English goes live on Freeview’
Al Jazeera English is now competing against Sky News and the BBC News Channel in the UK after going live on Freeview 24 hours a day.
‘The disappearing web: Information decay is eating away our history’
A new study points out the downside of social networks.
‘Vimeo to enable content creators to put video behind paywall’
The video platform has plans to also offer a ‘pay-to-view service’ in the coming months.