All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Rebekah Brooks’

Rebekah Brooks Phone Hacking Case Ends In “Not Guilty” Verdict

Rebekah Brooks, former head of News Corp U.K.’s publishing unit, who was charged with hacking into a dead teen’s phone, has been acquitted of charges. The scandal has been longed lived, but now the trails are coming to a close, and Brooks, herself, might breath a sigh of relief. Two years ago, Brooks was charged with hacking into the phone …

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Rebekah Brooks Charged in UK Phone Hacking Scandal

Rebekah Brooks, the former chief executive of News International and the ex-editor for News of the World, will be brought up on charges in the phone-hacking case, along with seven other individuals. If she’s found guilty of the crimes, which including conspiring to intercept communications without lawful authority, Brooks could face up to two years in prison. Altogether, the group …

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Rebekah Brooks Arrested in NewsCorp Scandal

Operation Weeting, one of the the British Metropolitan Police operations in England tasked with investigating the phone-hacking scandal around Rupert Murdoch’s News International, has netted several arrests. Among those nabbed was Rebekah Brooks, who has become an infamous celebrity in the U.K. for her role in the affair. The statement from New Scotland Yard read: Police have today (Tuesday, 13 …

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UK Newspapers To Charge For Online Access

News International, News Corp’s British newspaper unit said today it will begin charging readers for access to the websites of The Times and Sunday Times of London starting in June.

Both titles will launch new websites in early May, separating their online presence for the first time and replacing the existing, combined site, Times Online. The two new sites will be available for a free trial period to registered customers.

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