Journalist waved the 'ethics flag' then broke the most 'basic part of the code' | Sky News Australia

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Broadcaster Kel Richards says Mark Di Stefano, who recently resigned over allegations he hacked into an opposing newspaper's conference call, was 'of course unethical' even after he promoted ethical journalism on Twitter only weeks earlier.

Broadcaster Kel Richards says Mark Di Stefano, who recently resigned over allegations he hacked into an opposing newspaper's conference call, was 'of course unethical' even after he promoted ethical journalism on Twitter only weeks earlier.

Broadcaster Kel Richards says Mark Di Stefano, who recently resigned over allegations he hacked into an opposing newspaper's conference call, was 'of course unethical' even after he promoted ethical journalism on Twitter only weeks earlier.\n\nMr Di Stefano - formerly journalist with the Financial Times in London - allegedly logged on and listened in while staff at The Independent and The Evening Standard were told about potential pay cuts, information he then allegedly used to publish stories on the state of those papers. \n\nMr Richards told Sky News host Chris Kenny, Di Stefano is a man who 'waves the ethics flag and then breaks the most basic part of the code'.\n

05/05/2020|6minBroadcaster Kel Richards says Mark Di Stefano, who recently resigned over allegations he hacked into an opposing newspaper's conference call, was "of course unethical" even after he promoted ethical journalism on Twitter only weeks earlier. Mr Di Stefano - formerly journalist with the Financial Times in London - allegedly logged on and listened in while staff at The Independent and The Evening Standard were told about potential pay cuts, information he then allegedly used to publish stories on the state of those papers. Mr Richards told Sky News host Chris Kenny, Di Stefano is a man who "waves the ethics flag and then breaks the most basic part of the code".

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Di Stefano is the poster boy of a far-left cult This cult only represents 25% of the world's population...yet petrified politicians worldwide fear this cult because this cult uses screeching as its main tactic Karma got his pathetic ass. He used his mate at YT UK to get channels shut down after losing online arguments. He even logged into the first online meeting using his own account.🤣 Then he relogged in on a different account but used his own phone. He was getting fired so left

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Journalist waved the 'ethics flag' then broke the most 'basic part of the code' 05/05/2020 | 6min Broadcaster Kel Richards says Mark Di Stefano, who recently resigned over allegations he hacked into an opposing newspaper's conference call, was "of course unethical" even after he promoted ethical journalism on Twitter only weeks earlier.Chief Medical Officer flags National Cabinet plan to ease restrictions 04/05/2020 | 2min Lockdown measures could soon be lifted after Chief Medical Officer Brendan Murphy said the National Cabinet was working on a plan to relax measures in what would likely be a staggered approach.Increased immigration flagged as a way through coronavirus economic crisis 05/05/2020 | 2min Macquarie Bank CEO Shemara Wikramanayake says increasing immigration would be a viable way to help Australia cope with the economic fallout of the novel coronavirus.Australia pledges $350 million toward global COVID-19 vaccine fund 05/05/2020 | 1min The federal government has announced it will contribute $350 million toward COVID-19 vaccine research and development as part of a $12 billion pledge to the cause.

Mr Di Stefano - formerly journalist with the Financial Times in London - allegedly logged on and listened in while staff at The Independent and The Evening Standard were told about potential pay cuts, information he then allegedly used to publish stories on the state of those papers. Mr Richards told Sky News host Chris Kenny, Di Stefano is a man who "waves the ethics flag and then breaks the most basic part of the code". More than 4. Favourite . The comments come after the government predicted net overseas migration will fall to just 36,000 in 2020-21 - down from 239,600 the year prior.