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Trial of two former top editors of new

  1. 1. • In 2005 News of the World printed a story about Prince William injuring his knee. • The story about Prince Williams led royal officials to complain about possible voicemail hacking. • News of the World later apologized for hacking into voicemails from 2004 – 2006.
  2. 2. • Tens of thousands of pounds were paid out to settle law suites. • Scandal led to shut down of168 year old News of the World newspaper.
  3. 3. TIMELINE: UK PHONE HACKING SCANDAL 2005: Royal Officials Complained to police about possible voicemail hacking November 2006: Allegations that British newspapers hacked phones caused an international scandal 2007: Goodman and Mulcaire are convicted of conspiracy to hack into voicemails and are jailed
  4. 4. TIMELINE: UK PHONE HACKING SCANDAL April 2011: News of the World apologizes for hacking from 2004- 2006 and sets up a compensation July 2011: The Tabloid phone hacking scandal forced News of the World to close their doors for good. 2011: Former top editors of News of the World are charged with conspiring to hack phones of celebrities and other people in the public eye.
  5. 5. 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 Fox News MSNBC CNN NUMBEROFSEGMENTS AXIS TITLE CNN MSNBC Fox News
  6. 6. TWO CONTENT LAYOUT WITH TABLE • First bullet point here • Second bullet point here • Third bullet point here Group 1 Group 2 Class 1 82 95 Class 2 76 88 Class 3 84 90
  7. 7. REFERENCES Timeline of UK phone hacking scandal CNN,. (2012). Timeline of UK phone hacking scandal. Retrieved 2 June 2014, from http://www.cnn.com/2012/11/19/world/europe/hacking-time-line/RT: How CNN, MSNBC, And Fox Are Covering News Corp. Hacking Scandal* Media Matters for America,. (2011). REPORT: How CNN, MSNBC, And Fox Are Covering News Corp. Hacking Scandal*. Retrieved 2 June 2014, from http://mediamatters.org/research/2011/07/14/report-how-cnn-msnbc-and-fox-are-covering-news/182039 The Guardian,. (2012). Phone-hacking report – the headlines in pictures. Retrieved 2 June 2014, from http://www.theguardian.com/media/gallery/2012/may/01/rupert-murdoch- headlines-in-pictures#/?picture=389504328&index=1

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