pointing out

pointing out

Grazia editor: magazines are still streets ahead of the internet

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Jane Bruton tells PPA conference there will always be a place for print and points out that 'you can't read an iPad in the bath'Grazia chief Jane Bruton has rejected the idea that the days of the printed glossy magazine are numbered, arguing it will always have a place in...
Grazia editor: magazines are still streets ahead of the internet

Rupert Murdoch Claims Hackers Are Still Going For WSJ

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After the tycoon disclosed this on Twitter feed, it was eagerly pointed out in the responses that News Corp itself was no stranger to hacking. Chinese hackers are still trying to infiltrate the Wall Street Journal, says Rupert Murdoch, almost a week after news broke that U.S. media firms...
Rupert Murdoch Claims Hackers Are Still Going For WSJ

Prescott attacks press owners over libel reforms

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Plans to ban the use of no win, no fee arrangements with lawyers will impact the less well off, says former deputy PMLord Prescott, the former deputy prime minister, has launched a scathing attack on "collusion" between the owners of the press to benefit "media barons and shareholders and restrict...
Prescott attacks press owners over libel reforms

Facebook May Let You Pay Your Way Out of the 'Other' Inbox Purgatory

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You know who. (Photo: flickr.com/prospere) Mark Zuckerberg is on an absolute roll this week. First, he was forced to withstand abuse from scores of outraged Instagram users. Then, word escaped that Facebook is plotting the introduction of video ads (with autoplay!) into your newsfeed, inspiring at least one outraged user to threaten...
Facebook May Let You Pay Your Way Out of the 'Other' Inbox Purgatory

Microsoft Would Like You to Please Stop Blaming It for Stealing Your NBA Team

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Y’all don’t know me. Ever since news broke that Microsoft CEO Steve “Sweaty” Ballmer is part of an investment group working on buying Seattle its very own NBA team, the high profile tech company has been forced to fend off angry Sacramento Kings fans who blame it for the loss...
Microsoft Would Like You to Please Stop Blaming It for Stealing Your NBA Team

Russia Wants To Ban Children From Using WiFi

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Ah, Russia. Officials in the Federal Mass Media Inspection Service (?!?) are considering a plan to ban children from using WiFi -- and would enforce the ban by holding the hotspot owners liable if anyone under 18 got on their networks. Seriously. The Communications and Press Ministry has proposed banning...
Russia Wants To Ban Children From Using WiFi
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