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Bloomberg focused on the committee that is looking into and reviewing News Corp’s UK papers in an Oct. 11 article.

According to Bloomberg, News Corp. is being advised by law firm Linklaters LLP and isn’t looking into the phone hacking at News of the World. Instead, the committee will focus on the Sun, the Times and the Sunday Times, and look at their standards.

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