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# hacking - Sunday 6 May, 2012

From The Daily Edge Sitdown Sunday: 7 deadly reads Sitdown Sunday

Sitdown Sunday: 7 deadly reads

The very best of the week’s writing from around the web.

# hacking - Tuesday 1 May, 2012

Murdoch "not a fit person" to run Sky - MPs

A House of Commons committee says News International and the News of the World misled it over the phone-hacking scandal.

# hacking - Thursday 26 April, 2012

Murdoch: Fallout from hacking scandal 'changed my entire company'

The 81-year-old tells Leveson: “I failed, and I’m sorry about it,” adding later: “We are now a new company altogether.”

# hacking - Wednesday 25 April, 2012

Murdoch testimony puts pressure on British government minister

Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt is under pressure to resign following testimony from James Murdoch at the Leveson inquiry yesterday. Rupert Murdoch appears before the media inquiry today.

# hacking - Thursday 5 April, 2012

Sky News: We hacked in the public interest

Sky News authorised a journalist to access emails of individuals suspected of criminal activity.

# hacking - Saturday 17 March, 2012

Vatican launches rare criminal probe into leaks

The Vatican is investigating the leak of confidential documents that allege corruption and financial mismanagement among Holy See officials.

# hacking - Tuesday 13 March, 2012

The 5 at 5: Tuesday

5 minutes, 5 stories, 5 o’clock…

Rebekah Brooks and husband among six arrested in hacking probe

The Metropolitan Police have said that five men and one woman have been arrested in connection with phone hacking this morning.

# hacking - Thursday 8 March, 2012

Shutdown: UK’s media watchdog closed in wake of phone hacking scandal

The Press Complaints Commission will be replaced with an interim body before a radically different regulator is set up in the wake of the Leveson inquiry.

# hacking - Wednesday 7 March, 2012

The 9 at 9: Wednesday

Nine things you should know this morning, including: an Irish teenager remains in custody over alleged hacking, Government to publish progress report, and Mitt Romney secures a lead – just – in the US Republic presidential race.

# hacking - Friday 2 March, 2012

Cameron admits: I did ride Rebekah Brooks's ex-police horse Horsing Around This post contains videos

Cameron admits: I did ride Rebekah Brooks's ex-police horse

The revelation comes after days of speculation about the British prime minister’s relationship with the former News International executive and her former police horse.

# hacking - Thursday 1 March, 2012

The Daily Fix: Thursday Daily Fix This post contains videos

The Daily Fix: Thursday

All the day’s main news as well as the bits and pieces you may have missed…

Did David Cameron ride the ex-police horse that was lent to Rebekah Brooks?

A report indicates that it might well have happened, raising new questions about the British prime minister’s relationship with the former News International executive who resigned over phone hacking.

# hacking - Wednesday 29 February, 2012

Rebekah Brooks was hacked by NoTW while editing sister paper The Sun

The Leveson inquiry today heard evidence from one police investigator who said the former News International chief executive was targeted on a weekly basis.

The Daily Fix: Wednesday Daily Fix This post contains videos

The Daily Fix: Wednesday

All the day’s main news as well as the bits and pieces that you may have missed…

James Murdoch steps down as executive chair of News International

The son of media tycoon Rupert Murdoch had been under considerable pressure over the ongoing phone hacking scandal.

# hacking - Tuesday 28 February, 2012

Scotland Yard loaned a police horse to Rebekah Brooks

The former editor of the Sun and the News of the World was lent the retired horse for two years by the Metropolitan Police.

# hacking - Monday 27 February, 2012

The Daily Fix: Monday Daily Fix This post contains videos

The Daily Fix: Monday

All the day’s main news as well as the bits and pieces you may have missed in one handy round-up…

The Sun had a 'culture of illegal payments to sources' says police chief

The senior police officer leading the phone hacking probe gave evidence to the Leveson inquiry into media ethics today.

# hacking - Sunday 26 February, 2012

Sun on Sunday goes on sale in Britain and Ireland

The paper has launched a Sunday edition less than year after News International shut down its Sunday tabloid, the News of The World.

# hacking - Wednesday 22 February, 2012

Cherie Blair to sue News Corporation over phone hacking

The wife of former British Prime Minister Tony Blair is taking legal action against the former publisher of the News of The World newspaper.

# hacking - Monday 20 February, 2012

The Sun to launch new Sunday version this weekend

The new paper will fill the gap left when The News of the World closed last summer at the height of the hacking scandal.

# hacking - Friday 17 February, 2012

More than 8,000 Eircom StudyHub customers hacked in data breach

Usernames and passwords were compromised in the attack on the exam support service.

# hacking - Friday 3 February, 2012

Watch: Journalists give evidence to Leveson inquiry Hacking This post contains videos

Watch: Journalists give evidence to Leveson inquiry

The inquiry set up in the wake of the News of the World hacking scandal continues to receive witness testimonies today.

# hacking - Monday 23 January, 2012

British MP claims 'Sunday Sun' to launch in April

Labour MP Tom Watson has made the claim today. News International has declined to comment.

# hacking - Friday 20 January, 2012

Politicians, celebs and sports stars among those to settle hacking claims

News International admitted it paid a private investigator to hack phones and blag information about a number of high profile figures in the UK who received compensation yesterday.

# hacking - Saturday 31 December, 2011

2011: The Year in Numbers

From #aras11 to #ge11, from Ireland’s economic black hole to the controversial household charge: We bring you all the important numbers of 2011.

# hacking - Monday 26 December, 2011

#ge11, #Egypt, #tigerblood: the year in Twitter hashtags

From our own #aras11 to the devastation of the #Japan earthquake and tsunami, here’s how some of 2011′s most defining events were captured on Twitter…

Anonymous hackers target US security think tank Stratfor

Thousands of personal details and credit card information were stolen from the Stratfor site, according to hackers.

The 9 at 9: St Stephen's Day 9 At 9 This post contains videos

The 9 at 9: St Stephen's Day

Nine things to know this St Stephen’s Day morning…

# hacking - Wednesday 21 December, 2011

Serving police officer arrested in corruption probe

The 52-year-old woman was arrested this morning by police investigating alleged illegal payments from journalists to officers.

# hacking - Tuesday 13 December, 2011

Murdoch says he received crucial hacking emails - but he didn't read them

James Murdoch received emails indicating phone hacking at the News of The World went beyond one reporter but he maintains he did not read them.

# hacking - Monday 12 December, 2011

The Daily Fix: Monday

In tonight’s Fix: Good news for Kevin Cardiff, new twists in the hacking scandal; a challenge to Putin; and the buzz for ‘Tallafornia’ is only mighty.

Hacking: new details raise questions over Milly Dowler hacking story

The judge heading the inquiry into media ethics in the UK has called for clarification of the matter as the long running phone hacking saga took another twist today.

# hacking - Wednesday 7 December, 2011

18th person arrested over UK phone hacking

A 41-year-old man was arrested this morning and is being held in south London on suspicion of conspiring to access voicemails and pervert the course of justice.

# hacking - Friday 2 December, 2011

From The Daily Edge Crack an online puzzle, win a job in the British intelligence service Recruitment

Crack an online puzzle, win a job in the British intelligence service

The British intelligence agency GCHQ launches its most unusual recruitment drive yet. It simply asks: can you crack it?

# hacking - Wednesday 30 November, 2011

Alastair Campbell slams 'putrid' press at Leveson inquiry Leveson This post contains videos

Alastair Campbell slams 'putrid' press at Leveson inquiry

The former Downing Street communications chief gave evidence at the Leveson inquiry into phone hacking today.

UK: Woman arrested in connection with phone-hacking probe

A woman has been arrested in England as part of the investigation into phone-hacking by the press.

# hacking - Tuesday 29 November, 2011

Former Northern Ireland secretary's computer 'may be hacked by NI'

A report in the Guardian says detectives working for News International may have hacked the computers of Peter Hain and his staff.

The 9 at 9: Tuesday

Nine things to know by 9am: Eurozone ministers prepare for crunch summit, former NI secretary’s computer may have been hacked, two more years of Trap, and Playboy sued for sexual discrimination… by men