It's all change at the top for BSkyB, which has announced that its chairman James Murdoch is to stop heading up the company.
If you are a registered user of the Sun newspaper's website then you might not be too glad to hear that personal details have been released from when the site was hacked last month.
News International has announced it is to put the website of Sunday tabloid newspaper News Of The World behind a paywall this October.
The Times and The Sunday Times have unveiled their cleanly-designed, new-look websites this week, with News International's controversial paywall plans soon to follow.
If you have ever wanted to read a tabloid in poor quality, gimmicky anaglyph 3D then you are in luck, because News International is planning a 3D version of The Sun next month.
Rupert Murdoch's News International corporation has announced it is to block aggregation site NewsNow from indexing its content.
Search engines such as Google could well find themselves exempt from UK law of any liability for copyright infringement if a new proposed amendment to the Digital Economy Bill is passed.
True to his word, Rupert Murdoch has begun blocking news aggregators, with the Times Online now blocking its content from NewsNow.co.uk