News Headlines - 03 April 2014

Turkey's Twitter ban lifted - CNN.com

The announcement comes a day after a Turkish court ruled that the country's ban on Twitter violates the right to free expression and demanded that citizens' access to the popular microblogging service be restored.

Culture secretary Maria Miller apologises over mortgage expenses | theguardian.com

Maria Miller, the culture secretary, has apologised to parliament and is expected to repay £5,800 following an inquiry into her expense claims, in which she breached the MPs' code of conduct by failing to fully co-operate.

Hillsborough fans ‘not to blame for their deaths’ - The Scotsman

RELATIVES of the 96 people who died in the Hillsborough disaster said it was “music to our ears” to hear a coroner say that none of the victims was to blame for their own deaths.

BBC News - Mozilla boss Brendan Eich resigns after gay marriage storm

The chief executive of Mozilla - the company best known for its Firefox browser - has stepped down. Brendan Eich was appointed just last month but came in for heavy criticism for his views on same-sex marriage.

Television: 'Silicon Valley,' an Initial Offering Worth the Risk

Sitcom startups are notoriously iffy. Characters have to be established, themes articulated, running gags precisely positioned. Investors (viewers) must be found, and seduced by the promise of payoffs to come.








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