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Rusbridger: 'The next Edward Snowden won't go to a newspaper, they will dump this stuff on the internet'By Dominic Ponsford | 03 Dec 2013
MPs today warned Guardian editor Alan Rusbridger that he has breached the Terrorism Act 2000 by transmitting the names of British spies oversees.
By Darren Boyle | 12 Nov 2013
The Metropolitan Police has tasked a team of detectives to investigate the Guardian over the Edward Snowden leaks, it has been claimed.
By Darren Boyle | 10 Nov 2013
A top Tory MP has said there should be no special protection for the press when it comes to national security.
By Darren Boyle | 09 Nov 2013
Guardian editor Alan Rusbridger will appear before the Commons home affairs committee to defend his decision to publish the Edward Snowden files.
By Axegrinder | 05 Nov 2013
Axegrinder was amused this afternoon when a survey of the top 49 influential men in the world arrived at his inbox.
Leading editors pay tribute to Sir Harold Evans: 'He is the sort of journalist we would all like to be'By Dominic Ponsford | 24 Oct 2013
It may be 31 years since Harold Evans left Fleet Street but he is still seen as a huge influence on the current generation of top UK journalists and editors judging by the sentiments expressed at a London dinner held last night in his honour.
By Dominic Ponsford | 23 Oct 2013
Guardian editor Alan Rusbridger has condemned the idea of Royal Charters regulating the press as a "medieval piece of nonsense".
Guardian NSA leak journalist Glenn Greenwald leaves for new online venture backed by eBay billionaireBy Darren Boyle | 16 Oct 2013
The US journalist who received leaked classified documents that uncovered the scale of GCHQ’s domestic snooping has left The Guardian.
Rusbridger defends Snowden leaks: 'any terrorist who can tie his shoelaces' is aware of surveillanceBy Darren Boyle | 09 Oct 2013
Guardian editor Alan Rusbridger dismissed criticism of his paper’s Snowden revelations claiming that any terrorist who can tie his shoe laces knows that the internet is being monitored.
By Darren Boyle | 30 Sep 2013
Downing Street accused Guardian editor Alan Rusbridger of threatening investigations into child-sex rings and drugs gangs in a last-ditch attempt to stop the paper publishing details from whistleblower Edward Snowden.
By Press Gazette | 02 Sep 2013
Guardian editor Alan Rusbridger has hit back at claims by the Government that it “urgently” needed the intelligence documents seized from David Miranda at Heathrow last month, claiming it took three weeks to act on information held by another newspaper.
Guardian editor attacks 'misuse' of terror laws as police say seized Miranda documents pose 'grave' risk to public safetyBy PA Mediapoint and Press Gazette | 23 Aug 2013
Alan Rusbridger has said the decision to detain David Miranda under anti-terror legislation was “a clear misuse of a law”. The Guardian editor was speaking out about the affair after it emerged the police had launched a criminal investigation based on data seized from Miranda when he was detained a
By Dominic Ponsford | 16 Jul 2013
Guardian News and Media editor-in-chief Alan Rusbridger took a £116,000 cut in his total financial package last year as amid moves to curb the publisher’s losses.
By William Turvill | 23 Apr 2013
Guardian editor Alan Rusbridger has claimed his newspaper’s website has as many readers in the United States as in the UK.
By Press Gazette | 28 Mar 2013
Three senior press industry figures representing publishers in press regulation negotiations have taken issue with Guardian editor Alan Rusbridger's account of events which led to the current stand-off with Government.
By Dominic Ponsford | 25 Mar 2013
Guardian editor Alan Rusbridger has revealed that he is “unenthusiastic about endorsing a messy compromise” on press reform.
By William Turvill | 14 Jan 2013
Guardian editor Alan Rusbridger will have a new book describing his passion for the piano published this week.
The economics of print are becoming millstones around the necks of publishers
By Andrew Pugh | 19 Oct 2012
The NUJ has asked Guardian News and Media to consider introducing £100,000 salary caps for senior editorial staff as a means of cutting costs at the loss-making newspaper group.
Telegraph report claiming Guardian is mulling end to print edition is 'simply untrue', says RusbridgerBy Andrew Pugh | 17 Oct 2012
A Telegraph story claiming The Guardian was “seriously discussing” scrapping its print edition is “simply untrue”, according to the paper’s editor Alan Rusbridger.