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The makers of multi-million dollar mobile game Candy Crush Saga has responded to criticism over its approach to intellectual property after it recently trademarked the word ‘candy’ and pursued other publishers for infringement.

Founder sells insurance site

The owners of Insider Publishing, a specialist information company for the insurance industry, are celebrating after selling the business for £16.8m to Euromoney Institutional Investor.

Leveson: Who knows what might pop up next

Is it lawful for a regulator to force an apology that a newspaper doesn't believe? The regulation will be tested in practice - and fractures may appear

Websites will be subject to the new regulatory regime for the press thrashed out by politicians.

Q. When is a blog not a blog? A. When it falls under the post-Leveson regime

Then it's a news business subject to the new independent regulator

The Infatuations, By Javier Marías, trans. Margaret Jull Costa

After his epic trilogy, Spain's spellbinder returns with a Madrid tale of love, death and misunderstanding.

Google will retire its RSS reader in July

Google to shut down RSS service Reader after decline in usage

Google will shut down its RSS service Google Reader in July, citing a decline in usage.

Google will retire its RSS reader in July

Google to shut down RSS service Reader after decline in usage

Google will shut down its RSS service Google Reader in July, citing a decline in usage.

Hibu's woes get worse as it fires 'buyout plot' US chiefs

The woes of the debt-laden Yellow Pages directories publisher Hibu took an unexpected turn as its chief executive, Mike Pocock, fired two senior United States-based executives amid speculation they were plotting a buyout.

Carmen Briscoe-Mitchell, mother of Constance Briscoe

Vicky Pryce guilty: Judge Briscoe faces new libel battle against the mother she wrote about

Carmen Briscoe-Mitchell sued in 2008 over daughter’s misery memoir 'Ugly'

Review: This Tomb Raider reboot shows a new side to Lara Croft - but the bloodlust is still palpable

Michael Plant reviews the latest game in the Tomb Raider series

Walking while I work has been a big step forward

Yes, the head of an august science institution and senior BBC science journalist have almost fallen off it. Yes, it does tend to raise eyebrows when people see it in my office. But it is gratifying to hear that my treadmill desk is not only helping me to keep trim but also reducing my risk of diabetes.

Libel law reform at threat as House of Lords passes Lord Puttnam's Defamation Bill changes

Film producer proposes statutory regulation of the press and for publishers to face 'exemplary damages'

1993: Jon Venables and Robert Thompson, the two boys convicted of killing the toddler James Bulger

Attorney General in contempt move over images purporting to show Bulger killers

The Attorney General has decided to bring contempt proceedings against individuals who allegedly posted online photographs purporting to show James Bulger killers Jon Venables or Robert Thompson.

Paperback review: This Isn't The Sort Of Thing That Happens to Someone Like You, By Jon McGregor

Last year, Jon McGregor won one of the richest literary prizes, the International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award, which hopefully brought him to wider recognition (and gave his bank balance a boost).

As the 'Jon Venables' Twitter pics make clear, our current laws can't handle social media

The law was written to deal with publishers and journalists, not private individuals, but with the advent of social media, everyone is a publisher

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