The BBC has announced George Entwistle, current director of BBC Vision, as the station's new director-general.
Censors have banned a new horror film in the UK, saying it poses a "real risk" to cinema-goers.
The government could intervene in the ongoing Twitter debate by bringing contempt of court proceedings against users.
Downing Street's former director of communications has found himself in an unlikely brawl with a member of boyband The Wanted.
Twitter executives are to be invited to give evidence to MPs as uncertainty over the future of privacy issues continues.
A website which allows users to pick the MP they think is most attractive is proving oddly addictive in Westminster.
Ed Miliband has said he is the "luckiest man in the world" after marrying long-term partner Justine Thornton in a low-key civil ceremony in Nottingham.
Twitter has surprised observers by saying it is prepared to hand over the details of its users to law enforcement agencies over injunctions.
The case of the footballer trying to keep his name out the press after an alleged affair appeared to fall apart today, following a farcical day in Westminster.
John Prescott today by won a judicial review into the police investigation into phone hacking.
Two pivotal rulings in the ongoing debate over privacy are due today, with decisions coming on phone hacking and super-injunctions.
Twitter has been served with a privacy injunction by lawyers acting for a Premiership footballer, it is being reported.
Hiring an American to oversee the BBC's northern move opened it up to "self-inflicted and predictable ridicule", MPs have said.
A high court judge has lifted part of a superinjunction against former RBS boss Sir Fred Goodwin, after a peer revealed his name in the Lords.
The coalition government is anti-book, a leader article in the Bookseller has concluded.
Two of the UK's leading politicians will take questions from prisoners in Wormwood Scrubs next week.
Journalists' rights to intrude on people's private lives are at the centre of political debate today.
Max Mosley's long-running privacy battle hit what appeared to be a brick wall today when a European court rejected his legal challenge.
A sting operation by the Daily Telegraph has been criticised by the press watchdog after it used secret recording devices on the business secretary.
Several super-injunctions appeared to be in tatters last night after a Twitter user tried to unmask several celebrities.
Robin Hood's heroic status in British culture is open to debate, a leading Conservative MP has insisted.
Margaret Thatcher's black Asprey handbag is expected to be auctioned off for £100,000 in June.
Legislation controlling phone-hacking is fragmented and needs greater clarity, the information commissioner has told MPs.
Ed Miliband has risked the ire of the Murdoch media empire with a demand for an inquiry into phone-hacking.
Comments from the former editor of the Sun could trigger a criminal investigation by Scotland Yard, a senior officer has warned.