news-gathering love

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  • Mr. Murdoch has faced scrutiny from lawmakers in the U.K. over his handling of the phone-hacking scandal, which has led to the closure of the News of the World tabloid and three ongoing criminal investigations into the paper's news-gathering tactics.

    James Murdoch to Leave Glaxo Board

  • Revelations that News of the World journalists were illegally intercepting mobile-phone voice-mail messages in pursuit of stories, a practice known as phone hacking, have kicked off a number of criminal investigations and public inquiries into the media's news-gathering tactics in the U.K. In addition to phone hacking, police also are investigating allegations of computer hacking and of journalists bribing police officers for information.

    U.K. Police Arrest Five in Tabloid Probe

  • So out went news-gathering boss Jon Williams to Libya last week, his bag filled with pens, mugs and Top Gear DVDs featuring Jeremy Clarkson.

    Hugh Muir's diary

  • The assignment fit with the tabloid's hard-charging tradition of news-gathering.

    Tabloid's Pursuit of Missing Girl Led to Its Own Demise

  • News Corp. said its U.K. newspaper unit ordered surveillance of two lawyers representing victims of a now-closed tabloid's illegal news-gathering tactics, and called the surveillance "deeply inappropriate."

    What's News—

  • News Corp . said its U.K. newspaper unit ordered surveillance of two lawyers representing victims of a now-closed tabloid's illegal news-gathering tactics, and called the surveillance "deeply inappropriate."

    Tabloid Followed Lawyers of Phone-Hack Litigants

  • Expanding copyright law to bar online access to copyrighted materials without the copyright holder's consent, or to bar linking to or paraphrasing copyrighted materials without the copyright holder's consent, might be necessary to keep free riding on content financed by online newspapers from so impairing the incentive to create costly news-gathering operations that news services like Reuters and the Associated Press would become the only professional, nongovernmental sources of news and opinion.

    Discourse.net: Let's Ban Footnotes Too!

  • I definitely do that too – first thing in the morning, last thing before bed, news-gathering before the work of the day begins or ends.

    From Blog to Book « Tales from the Reading Room

  • He took matters into his own hands, visiting a country pub owned by a former News of the World journalist and secretly recording their conversation about the paper's dubious news-gathering tactics.

    For Murdoch Foes, Sweet Schadenfreude

  • Applying this standard to British tabloids could turn payments made as part of traditional news-gathering into criminal acts.

    News and Its Critics

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