Ex-News International Security Chief Says He Will Tell All
"They have ignored numerous warnings of potential illegal activity," says Mark Hanna.
Trinity Mirror Says Sorry For "Unacceptable" Phone Hacking
Trinity Mirror, owner of Mirror Group Newspapers, said sorry to "all its victims of phone hacking".
Scotland Yard Will Question Rupert Murdoch As A Suspect About Crimes At His British Papers
The Guardian reports that the police will interview the media mogul about allegations of journalistic misconduct in his media empire.
U.S. Ambassador Summoned Over Alleged Angela Merkel Phone Tapping
Ambassador John B. Emerson will meet with the German Foreign Ministry today to discuss allegations the United States has tapped Chancellor Angela Merkel's cell phone.
Murdoch's Divorce To Have No Impact On News Corp's Business
Rupert Murdoch filed for divorce from wife Wendi Deng Murdoch after 14 years of marriage, saying the relationship was "irretrievably broken." The company's operations are not expected to be affected, and Deng is subject to terms of a pre-nup.
Bloomberg Execs Knew Journalists Were Tracking Clients In 2011
An anchor made on-air comments about tracking log in information more than a year ago. A big deal internally — but handled quietly.
David Cameron Defends Himself In Phone Hacking Scandal
The British Prime Minister took to the floor of Parliament to defend himself against allegations that--at the very least--he showed poor judgement in hiring Andy Coulson, the former News of the World editor who was arrested in the phone hacking scandal, and--at the very worst--his staff attempted to stop an inquiry into the phone hacking scandal as a political favor to Rupert Murdoch. Cue the delightfully outraged harumphs! British Parliament is like a very polite Thunderdome.