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Media links of the day

Media links of the day

The New York Times launched India Ink, its "first-ever country-specific site", for news, information, culture and conversation. To follow it on Twitter see here.

Twitter's chief executive has announced that the social networking site reached 100 million active users around the world, the Telegraph reported.

Three UK newspapers, the Daily Mail, Mail on Sunday and Daily Mirror, agreed to remove pictures of the Duchess of Cambridge's family (the Middletons) from their websites as part of a deal negotiated by the Press Complaint Commission. See Guardian's Roy Greenslade article on it here and here.

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Author

Federica Cherubini

Date

2011-09-09 17:50

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