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  1. Rupert Murdoch Outfoxed? Google Can Resume 'Stealing' His Content

    Media magnate Rupert Murdoch has backed down from blocking Google and says that he will let the search engine index his newspapers. Murdoch went to war with the search giant over how and when it peers into his content, going so far as to call it "a...

  2. Google Play, YouTube & Others Getting 600+ 20th Century Fox Movies, TV Shows

    Google responded to Murdoch’s accusations at the time. This March, Murdoch again took to Twitter to defend NewsCorp amidst allegations they used piracy to sabotage competitors. A new initiative from 20th Century Fox called The Digital HD project is...

  3. Google to Protest SOPA on Home Page Tomorrow

    Over the weekend, Google also responded to tweets  from NewsCorp’s Rupert Murdoch, who blasted Google as a “piracy leader. Generally, Google’s trademark bare home page has only been used to celebrate significant birthdays and events with Google...

  4. Meltwater Barred From Sun Online Content As News International Steps Up Anti-Crawling Policy

    According to, the decision is set to extend to all of NewsCorp's UK titles as CEO Rupert Murdoch is keen on making all production from his empire accessible.solely via his empire. Apparently, NewsCorp is also set to remove itself...

  5. The Times of London to Begin Charging Readers for Using its Web Site in June

    This includes Murdoch's The Wall Street Journal as well as The Financial Times. Is Rupert Murdoch, the chairman and chief executive of News Corp.crazy like a fox, or is he about to turn the best selling Sunday broadsheet in Britain into a newsletter?

  6. Living Stories is Google's Way of Telling Murdoch to 'Buzz Off'

    AP: Search engines must pay up, say Murdoch and AP's Curley ( Chief Executive Rupert Murdoch threating to block Google Google from being able to search its Web sites in "Murdoch to Google: Drop Dead.

  7. Editor & Publisher Magazine Shutting Down After 108 Years

    But it appears that Rupert Murdoch is trying to shift the blame for News Corp's inability to adapt fast enough to the new "link economy" by stirring up what Jarvis calls "Google bigotry. Sites that aggregate news are NOT "parasites," content...