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Editorial: Stop the digital dark arts
Editorial: Stop the digital dark arts
What really stands out from the Cambridge Analytica revelations is not the fact that a shadowy British consultancy has been using dirty tricks to...
Editorial: Don’t turn a blind eye to the right
Editorial: Don’t turn a blind eye to the right
There has been an upsurge in right-wing activity across the West, in countries usually thought to be stable, contented, middle-of-the-road...
Analytica link taints Kenyatta
Analytica link taints Kenyatta
Even before the Cambridge Analytica revelations of its role in Kenya’s elections broke this week, the legitimacy of Uhuru Kenyatta as president...
Ramaphosa makes headlines across the world
Ramaphosa makes headlines across the world
News of the election of the new president of South Africa Cyril Ramaphosa has made its way across different publications. How did some of the...
Forged in the fires of history
Forged in the fires of history
A week ago, the new Museum of the Bible opened in Washington, DC, just round the corner from the Smithsonian Institution. It was set up by...
The Guardian turns readers into newshounds
The Guardian turns readers into newshounds
A British newspaper has thrown open its office doors, let the readers stride in, and invited them to peer over reporters' shoulders -- digitally,...
When press freedom faces the void
When press freedom faces the void
It was the last big British press crisis: in 1990 journalists from the Sunday Sport sneaked into the hospital bedroom of the gravely injured...
Bolstering ethics in the media
Bolstering ethics in the media
For two years our sister newspaper, the Guardian, has been chipping away at a media ethics scandal emanating from Rupert Murdoch's Sunday...
UK watchdog clears Murdoch paper over hacking claim
UK watchdog clears Murdoch paper over hacking claim
The body which oversees the British press has dismissed allegations that journalists at one of media mogul Rupert Murdoch's newspapers regularly...
Hackers target Guardian website
Hackers target Guardian website
The Guardian has emailed "up to half a million" users of its UK-based Jobs website to tell them that some of their personal data may have been...
British probe after Twitter helps lift legal 'gag'
British probe after Twitter helps lift legal 'gag'
British premier Gordon Brown on Wednesday acknowledged an "unfortunate" legal grey area after Twitter users helped thwart a controversial reporting...
Zuma, Guardian settle libel case
Zuma, Guardian settle libel case
President Jacob Zuma on Thursday welcomed the settlement in the United Kingdom High Court of Justice Queen's bench division, between himself and...

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