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Cruddas wins libel payout over former Blair aide's Twitter slurs

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Ex-Tory co-treasurer sued Mark Adams over 'persistent and public campaign' and is also taking action against Sunday TimesPeter Cruddas, the former Conservative Party co-treasurer, has won £45,000 in libel damages plus £120,000 in costs from a former private secretary to Tony Blair who repeatedly alleged he was a criminal who...
Cruddas wins libel payout over former Blair aide's Twitter slurs

After Murdoch, what of the new digital titans? | Observer editorial

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Even as the Sun king's reign is over, we should be concerned about the future of internet regulationThere were two very revealing moments in Rupert Murdoch's interrogation by the Leveson inquiry. The first came when he tried to deflect and then downplay Mr Justice Eady's judgment that News of the...
After Murdoch, what of the new digital titans? | Observer editorial

Google wins UK libel case over ‘defamatory’ comments left on Blogger site

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Google has emerged victorious in a libel case brought about by former Tory local council candidate Payam Tamiz, after defamatory comments were reportedly written about him on a London Muslim blog hosted on its Blogger platform. The Internet giant argued that it doesn’t publish the content and, moreover, it couldn’t...
Google wins UK libel case over ‘defamatory’ comments left on Blogger site

Google wins libel case over Blogger comments

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Man took action after comments were written about him on the London Muslim section of Google's Blogger.com websiteA former Tory local council candidate has failed in his libel action against Google over comments posted about him on a blog.Payam Tamiz started legal proceedings against Google after allegedly defamatory comments were...
Google wins libel case over Blogger comments

Times editor faces Leveson inquiry recall over NightJack hacking claim

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Exclusive: James Harding faces more questions after journalist broke into policeman's Hotmail to expose him as bloggerThe editor of the Times, James Harding, is to be recalled to the Leveson inquiry, following disclosures that the paper used email hacking in 2009. Harding did not disclose the full circumstances when he...
Times editor faces Leveson inquiry recall over NightJack hacking claim

Google is publisher according to Australian court | David Banks

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Search engine loses libel case and is ordered to pay $200,000 for online defamationGoogle will have to be quicker to remove defamatory content, at least in Australia, after it lost a $200,000 libel action there. The decision may strengthen Lord McAlpine's hand if the Tory peer, who obtained settlements of...
Google is publisher according to Australian court | David Banks
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