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October 29, 2014 Journalists regularly turn to this social media organization to seek out and verify online material that could bolster traditional reporting.
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Rebekah Brooks, left, the former Chief Executive of News International, and her husband Charlie Brooks leave Southwark Crown Court on Wednesday in London, England.
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June 5, 2013 Other former top journalists at the News of the World tabloid also pleaded not guilty at a hearing in London. Brooks is facing five charges ranging from conspiracy to obstruction of justice.
Rebekah Brooks, who has now been charged in the phone hacking scandal.
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July 24, 2012 One of those being charged went on to be a spokesman for Prime Minister David Cameron. The now defunct News of the World tapped into voicemails of murder victims, celebrities and politicians.
Rebekah Brooks, last Friday in London.
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May 15, 2012 Rebekah Brooks allegedly tried to "pervert the course of justice" last year by seeking to cover up what had been going on at Murdoch's News of the World.
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August 10, 2009 Now that News Corporation plans to charge money for its online content, will other media outlets follow suit?
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