Gawker’s article about Rebekah Brooks and senior members of the Murdoch media empire is blocked from UK readers.
But once something is published on the internet, it’s very very hard to hide it. As soon as something is “out there”, your chances of being able to lock it away back in a box are often very small.
Did The Sun and News of the World source stories about Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt’s romance, after hacking the mobile phone of the actress’s stunt double?
If proven true, this could spell bad news for Rupert Murdoch’s businesses in the United States.
Sarah Ferguson, the former wife of Prince Andrew, is one of more than 100 people who have received significant payouts in the wake of the News of the World phone hacking scandal.
Rupert Murdoch claims that the Wall Street Journal is still being troubled by hackers, after a week of Chinese hacking revelations.
The revelation of the Chinese hacking campaign against reporters working for the New York Times has raised awareness of targeted malware attacks, but what does the history of cyberattacks against media agencies look like?
Graham Cluley takes a trip down memory lane..
Broadcaster Sky News has admitted that it authorised a journalist to hack email accounts on two separate occasions.
Accounts hacked included one belonging to the infamous “Canoe Man” who faked his own death and ran off to Panama.
The person behind the @Wendi_Deng Twitter account has admitted they are an imposter – but not before Twitter gave them a “verified” badge and newspapers reported the tweets from Rupert Murdoch’s wife were legitimate.