Last week Google launched Buzz, its new social networking service. This week, Google's facing a torrent of criticism after complaints that Buzz puts too much private information in the public sphere. Google spokesman Peter Barron explains what happened and Wired editor David Rowan tells Steve Hewlett where this leaves Google's reputation on privacy.
The Readers Digest in the UK has seen its circulation fall by a quarter in the last year - the result, it says, of chasing younger readers. Former editor Sarah Sands gives her view on the magazine and its future.
The Observer is losing supplements when it relaunches this weekend, but can it retain its own identity or will it be The Guardian on Sunday? That's the question for editor John Mulholland.
Was the BBC right to broadcast Ray Gosling's claims?