The UK Supreme Court is preparing to decide next Wednesday whether Julian Assange should be deported to Sweden, where he is wanted for questioning over allegations of sexual assault, reports the Guardian. The paper writes that the verdict is likely to hinge on the judges’ decision over whether the European Arrest Warrant issued for Assange is valid.
El Pais has posted a video interview with John Paton, CEO of Digital First Media, who explains the “digital first” philosophy that underpins his company. “Technology is 100% of the future,” he says.
Press Gazette reports that the Sun’s Fabulous magazine is re-launching its website in a new, blog-style format. The article notes that stories used to be posted on the website just once a week, but now, according to editor Rachel Richardson, it will be edited “literally minute by minute.”
Fabripress, a Spanish press that prints El Mundo and the Financial Times in Spain, among other papers, is preparing to make nearly a third of its workforce redundant, writes PRnoticias. The layoffs may affect 30 out of 94 workers at the plant, suggests the article.
The Guardian’s liveblog of the Leveson inquiry continues today as Jeremy Paxman, Andrew Marr and Lord Reid give evidence. The blog itself now has a new, updated design.
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