Net News Daily
|Area served||Worldwide (based on Scottish subjects)|
|Key people||Nathan Adam, Editor
Scott Campbell, CEO
|Slogan(s)||We take the news and mash it up|
|Alexa rank||22,136,439 (March 2012[update])|
|Type of site||News & blogging|
Net News Daily (NND) is a British news website founded by Scott Campbell and Nathan Adam. The site covers a range of topics, such as technology and entertainment and includes a prominent interviews section. Net News Daily was launched on 8 January 2009 as a simple news blog, but has grown since then.
Much of the publicity the site has received has been focused around the young age of the two founders, including a Newsround report on Scott Campbell. The site's creators have claimed in interviews that NND receives up to 5000 visitors per day.
Michael Mooney was the creator of Mikeyy, a malicious worm on Twitter. He was interviewed by NND, during which Mooney revealed information that other media outlets did not already know. The interview was cited by Sky News and Computerworld.
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- Campbell, Scott (12 April 2009). "Interview with the Creator of the StalkDaily Worm". Net News Daily. Retrieved 26 June 2009.
- "Teenage Twitter Hacker: 'I Could Be Jailed'". Sky News. 14 April 2009. Retrieved 26 June 2009.
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