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Lisa O'Carroll / Guardian:
Crown Prosecution Service considering corporate charges against News Corp over phone hacking
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European publishers are actively lobbying to strengthen copyright rules and limit Google's advertising power
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The British Library rejects digital archive of Afghan Taliban documents citing counter-terrorism laws, raising criticism from academics
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