Front page of the day. The British tabloids can sink a boot in like no other. Today’s Daily Mirror on the charges laid against Rebekah Brooks:

ACMA upholds Kyle Sandilands ruling

“Kyle Sandilands’ Sydney broadcaster, 2Day FM, will be subject to an additional licence condition that ‘elevates’ the guideline concerning ‘generally accepted standards of decency.'” — The Australian

GetUp! anti-supermarket pokies ad refused air time by networks

“Australia’s major TV networks have refused to run a crowd-funded ad by activist group GetUp! that attacks supermarket big boys Woolworths and Coles for, the ad claims, owning ‘more dangerous poker machines than the five largest Las Vegas casinos’.” — mUmBRELLA

Fairfax digital head Huxley to exit after role revamp

“Fairfax Media’s head of digital publishing Jane Huxley is leaving the company at the end of the month after her role was effectively scrapped.” — The Sydney Morning Herald

Facebook ‘co-creator’ continues legal action over Social Network

“Unsung self-proclaimed Facebook co-creator Aaron Greenspan, who is so upset at being left out of David Fincher’s Oscar-winning The Social Network that he is refusing to give up on a long-running legal battle to win his rightful place in the story.” — The Guardian

Sorkin signs on as screenwriter for Steve Jobs biography

“After flirting with the project for months, Aaron Sorkin is finally on board as the screenwriter of a movie to be based on Walter Isaacson’s biography of Steve Jobs.” — New York Times