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July 12, 2014 7:39 AM

Clooney's dust-up speaks to British tabloid tactics

For The Daily Mail, its dust-up with Kentucky native George Clooney was, in some respects, all in a day's work. With a gossipy, salacious and celebrity-obsessed approach to news, The Daily Mail's web publication - Mail Online - has become the most visited English language newspaper site in the world. But Clooney's blistering attack on The Daily Mail and its reporting practices comes as the paper's website continues its aggressive expansion in the United States.

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