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New York Times: An update on the News of the World cell phone hacking scandal: the tabloid’s editor told a parliamentary committee that Rupert Murdoch‘s son James approved a $1.1 million payment to settle the allegations against the paper.
MinnPost: A look at how three newspapers – the Fargo Forum, the Star Tribune in Minneapolis and the St. Paul Pioneer Press approach commenting policies for their Web sites. Interestingly, the Strib blocks comments on eight kinds of articles.
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