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Murdoch was reportedly contacted last year for questioning by officers. Scotland Yard want to interview Murdoch Newspaper's websites go offline temporarily following a cyber attack. The Sun, Sunday Times websites hacked by SEA The media company rebrands itself following the phone-hacking scandal. Murdoch's News International changes name Eunice Huthart claims she was the victim of phone hacking by News Corp. Jolie stunt double sues News Corp The Green Party MP was talking during a parliamentary debate on media sexism. MP told to cover up Page Three T-shirt Readers will have to start paying for content from August. The Sun website sets £2 paywall charge The industry publishes its own proposal for royal charter-backed self-regulation. Newspapers reject regulation plans Geoff Webster charged over alleged payments totalling £8k to public officials. Sun deputy editor charged over payments Alan Tierney pleads guilty to two counts of misconduct in a public office. Police officer sold stories to 'The Sun' Vote in our poll to let us know your thoughts on the paper featuring topless models. Should The Sun get rid of Page 3? The amount was higher than the previously reported £3.5m and £7m sums. Rebekah Brooks received £10.8m payout News International chief executive leaving company this December after 22 years. Tom Mockridge leaving News International The former features editor was sacked without notice pay in July 2011. News Int settles Matt Nixson dispute Ex-NOTW journalists hear that their trial will get under way in September 2013. Brooks, Coulson to face trial in 2013 Former NOTW editors to appear at Old Bailey to face charges of alleged hacking. Rebekah Brooks, Andy Coulson in court Simon Cowell, Jeremy Clarkson and Lord Sugar are also among The Guardian's Media 100. Google's Larry Page tops media power list Says she has no desire to succeed her father Rupert at the head of News Corp. Elisabeth Murdoch: No interest in top job Full list of up to 600 names to be released could include more Hollywood stars. More hacking victims 'to be revealed' Six former NOTW journalists plus investigator Glenn Mulcaire due in court. Andy Coulson due in court over hacking Mayor of London also invites Guardian editor Alan Rusbridger to media events. Boris invites Rupert Murdoch to Olympics Ex-NOTW editor calls charges relating to Milly Dowler "particularly distressing". Rebekah Brooks: 'I am not guilty' Two ex-News of the World editors among eight people to be charged over hacking. Brooks, Coulson charged with phone hacking Officers from Operation Tuleta detain unnamed man at 6.30am in North London. Sun journalist held over computer hacking Former News International boss remanded on bail until September 26. Rebekah Brooks appears in court again Revised lawsuit says firm took no action for fear of upsetting Rupert Murdoch. News Corp board 'ignored phone hacking' Prime minister accuses Gordon Brown of "cooking up" claim of a deal with Murdoch. Cameron: News Corp deal talk 'nonsense' A Sun journalist understood to be among the three people arrested today. More arrests in police payments probe The Times and Sunday Times to open up website access on Saturday and Sunday. The Times to remove paywall for Jubilee Vince Cable discusses being recorded saying he had "declared war" on Murdoch. Cable 'independent' in Sky bid review The ex-journalist decries her charge as "an expensive sideshow". Rebekah Brooks 'baffled' by charges The ex-News International CEO speaks to the Leveson Inquiry. Rebekah Brooks slams 'anti-Sky bid alliance' The police give their account of the phone hacking of the murdered schoolgirl. Met confirm Milly Dowler phone hacking Tabloid criticised for poking fun at new England manager's manner of speech. The Sun slammed for Hodgson front page Murdoch says in email to staff that findings of MPs' report were "hard to read". Rupert Murdoch: 'We can emerge stronger' Sky highlights UK contribution as Ofcom probes whether it is fit to hold licence. Sky: We are 'fit and proper' licencee This follows MPs report saying that they both misled Parliament over hacking. Myler, Hinton stand by hacking evidence Ex-News International boss cleared of misleading MPs, but competence questioned. MPs question James Murdoch's competance MPs' report says Murdoch exhibited "wilful blindness" over hacking scandal. Rupert Murdoch 'not fit to run News Corp' MPs understood to stop short of saying that he misled Parliament on hacking. James Murdoch to be criticised in report David Cameron facing calls to explain why he is "ducking his responsibilities". Jeremy Hunt: Labour demands PM statement