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Sir Mervyn King: don't demonise bankers
GCHQ taps fibre-optic cables for secret access to world's communications
British spy agency collects and stores vast quantities of global email messages, Facebook posts, internet histories and calls, and shares them with NSA, latest documents from Edward Snowden reveal.
Snowden leaves Hong Kong for Moscow
Whistleblower may be on his way to Ecuador, Iceland, Cuba or Venezuela - to somewhere democracy is respected....
On the Espionage Act charges against Edward Snowden
Who is actually bringing 'injury to America': those who are secretly building a massive surveillance system or those who inform citizens that it's being done? Asks Glenn Greenwald.
What's all the fuss about the 'feminist porn star' James Deen?
"Most men in the porn industry are not misogynists – like Deen they are decent guys who just enjoy the company of women."
Extreme close-up: German film brings the spread of neo-Nazi gangs into focus
"Skinhead gang members storm through the carriages chanting "Sieg Heil" and giving the Nazi salute."
If a Married Lesbian Couple Saves 40 Teens from the Norway Massacre and No One Writes About it, Did it Really Happen?
"Please share this story and make sure people know the heroism of Hege and Toril."
Can Leveson Inquiry get any worse for key players?
"This week's hearings have heard testimony of corruption at The Sun, public figures on the take – and now an attempt to subvert a murder case. And there is more evidence to come..."
The Sun on Monday: Shocking scale of paper's corruption exposed at Leveson
"In the past month, nine senior journalists on The Sun have been arrested by the anti-corruption inquiry Operation Elveden."
The Leveson inquiry has exposed Britain's growing corruption problem
"Police chief Sue Akers's revelations now leave no doubt as to the level of corruption among our public officials."
Leveson inquiry: why journalists should cry - and visit the prayer room
"There, they can find time to reflect, pray and perhaps shed a few tears for the hurt, anguish and pain they have caused."
Bryant: phone hacking may be worst corporate corruption case for 250 years
"Chris Bryant tells MPs Scotland Yard had been 'suborned' and effectively become a subsidiary of News International."
Court told of murky world of blagger at heart of computer-hacking allegations
"Private investigator with his own thriving business and a burgeoning client list that included law firms, insurance companies and currency dealers."
We hacked emails too – News International
"Seized computers being checked for hacking evidence."
Hacking row: Miliband calls for 'criminal' probe
"Labour leader Ed Miliband has called for a thorough investigation of alleged "criminal behaviour" at the News of the World."
Murdoch's stooges: Tory minister illegally tipped off Sky about £8bn deal... and PM 'caught lying'
"Jeremy Hunt faced calls to quit as David Cameron was branded a liar for allegedly covering up a chat with James Murdoch."
Eight arrests as Murdoch 'throws staff to the wolves'
"Five senior 'Sun' journalists, two MoD staff and a police officer taken in dawn swoop as new front opens in bribery scandal."
Capo di tutti capi plays dumb when quizzed about Murdoch mafia’s “omerta”
"The Murdoch empire was compared to the mafia when James Murdoch reappeared before the culture, media and sport select committee today."
We may still be paying Milly Dowler hacker's bills, admits Murdoch
"News Corp has been paying the legal bills of the convicted criminal who is suspected of hacking the mobile phone of the murdered schoolgirl Milly Dowler."
Public turn on Murdoch: 70% oppose BSkyB takeover
"Voters finally waking up to the fact he has “too much influence” over UK politics."
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