Rupert ‘Dirty Digger’ Murdoch Newslinks 22-23 July 2011

23 July 2011 — williambowles.info

Hacking In Brief: 23/07/2011
The Independent – Media RSS Feed Today at Midnight
News Corp executive ‘leaked Cable story’
Ian Burrell
Kroll, the global corporate investigations company, has named a top News Corp executive as the strong suspect in ‘orchestrating’ the leak of a tape which led to the downfall of Business Secretary Vince Cable, who claimed he had ‘declared war’ on Rupert Murdoch.

Calls for police to look into James Murdoch’s disputed evidence
The Independent – Media RSS Feed Today at Midnight
James Murdoch could face questioning from the police over claims he made to Parliament about an email showing that hacking at the News of the World was not confined to a single ‘rogue reporter’.

22 July 2011
Murdoch faces new setback
Morning Star Yesterday at 17:12
Australia’s competition watchdog expressed concern today over a bid by Rupert Murdoch’s cable television operation to buy out a rival, saying it would create ‘a near monopoly’ of pay TV service in the country.

Time to get real tough with the Murdochs
Morning Star Yesterday at 17:03
It’s time for the people of Great Britain to send a clear message to members of Parliament and Rupert Murdoch. We think you should consider revoking his passport, so that he can no longer enter your country.

Murdochs’ troubles get worse
Morning Star Yesterday at 16:42
A Labour MP Tom Watson is to refer allegations that James Murdoch misled a parliamentary committee during evidence this week to Scotland Yard, he announced today.

Enemies of Democracy
Dissident Voice Yesterday at 15:59 Jack Random
Rupert Murdoch is no saint; he is to propriety what the Marquis de Sade was to chastity.  When it comes to money and power he’s carnivorous: all appetite and no taste.

FBI prepares subpoenas in News Corp probe
Russiatoday.ru Yesterday at 15:46 RT
A week after the FBI announced that they would be probing News Corp on alleged voicemail hacks of 9/11 victims, today the Justice Department is readying subpoenas as they continue an investigation into Rupert Murdoch’s…

Australia watchdog frowns on Murdoch bid
The Independent – Media RSS FeedYesterday at 13:41
Australia’s competition watchdog has expressed concern at a bid by Rupert Murdoch’s cable television operation to buy out a rival, saying it would create ‘a near monopoly’ of pay TV service in the country.

AUDIO: ‘Why I threw a pie in Murdoch’s face’
BBC News Yesterday at 11:30
Jonnie Marbles, the man who threw a shaving foam pie at Rupert Murdoch’s face tells Radio 5 live why he did it.

News Corp scandal just tip of privacy-breaching iceberg
Russiatoday.ru Yesterday at 05:19 RT
As the scandal over voicemail and phone-hacking by the Murdoch media empire rages, public and political fury has focused on ruthless tabloids out of control. But some say in this day and age, the whole concept of…

Wapping at war as former allies turn on James Murdoch
The Independent – Media RSS Feed Yesterday at Midnight
Two senior executives from News International turned on James Murdoch last night, accusing him of misleading Parliament in his evidence on phone hacking at the News of the World.

Labour accused of hypocrisy over Murdoch contacts
The Independent – Media RSS Feed Yesterday at Midnight
Labour was accused of double standards yesterday after it emerged that Tony Blair and Gordon Brown refused to disclose their contacts with the media magnate Rupert Murdoch.

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