Tuesday May 21, 2013
Culture, Media and Sport Committee publishes Phone-hacking ReportSalem-News.com
The Murdoch's are in the gun sights of English Parliament.
(LONDON) - The final report of the UK Commons culture, media and sport committee reached the conclusion, that media mogul Rupert Murdoch was unfit to run a major international company, and the far-reaching implications could spell doom for Murdoch's extreme right-wing US media group as well.
In their report, the British parliamentarians found Rupert Murdoch was "not a fit person" to exercise stewardship of a major international company. The Commons culture, media and sport select committee also concluded that James Murdoch showed "wilful ignorance" of the extent of phone hacking during 2009 and 2010, The Guardian reported.
The Culture Media and Sport Committee on Monday, published its Eleventh Report of Session 2010-12, News International and Phone-hacking (HC 903-I).
Links below will lead you to the report on News International and Phone-hacking, the Inquiry: Phone-hacking, and additional information from the Culture, Media and Sports Committee.
Read the report
Watch the Press Conference
To accompany the publication of the report the committee is hosting a press conference, this is available to watch on Parliament TV.
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