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Klein gives up role in News Corp hacking probe
Joel Klein gives up role in News Corp hacking probe; company lawyer to take over
By The Associated Press

NEW YORK (AP) ' Former U.S. assistant attorney general Joel Klein is relinquishing his role as head of News Corp.'s internal probe into phone hacking at its British newspaper unit. He is surrendering the duties to Gerson Zweifach, a company lawyer.

News Corp. said the move allows Klein to return to his full-time job as executive vice president and CEO of News Corp.'s education division.

Klein joined News Corp. in January 2011 after resigning from his post as New York City's school chancellor. His job developing an education business for the company was quickly side-tracked by the hacking probe that began last summer.



Zweifach has led News Corp.'s Management and Standards Committee, which has been looking into the hacking scandal since February. He will report to News Corp. director Viet Dinh.


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