Phone Hacking Scandal
As News UK's new chief executive officer settles herself under her new desk at the Baby Shard it is a good time to ask which Rebekah Brooks started work today? Was it the flame haired networker of the early Noughties with a contact book to die for
Piers Morgan was questioned by police in London on Tuesday in connection with allegations of phone hacking. The former CNN
The people who hacked my phone and appeared outside my house a cold January morning over eight years ago, bringing my career and life as I knew it to a end, are now all in jail. And with the latest phone hacking scandal, I should feel the wheel has turned; perhaps a sense of revenge or justice.
I can never be sure whether any of the stories I worked on were expedited by the headlining practise of hacking. What I can be sure of is that a number of leads that had reached a dead end, had all of a sudden endless avenues after a hack's surreptitious chat with news desk elders. It is amazing what you can learn by eavesdropping on a phone call of a hack, rather than hacking a phone of a Jude Law.
Despite the fallout of the phone hacking scandal, the first part of which reached a dénouement earlier this week with a guilty
Self-confessed phone hacker Glenn Mulcaire accessed the new identities of individuals put under witness protection but Scotland
It had all the makings of a Hollywood script with the A-list star-power to match, but the phone hacking verdicts bring to
Shortly before resigning from the Met, John Yates referred to his decision not to re-open the phone hacking investigation
Rebekah Brooks has been acquitted after a lengthy and convoluted trial centring on illegal activity at the heart of Rupert
China has accused the United States of using the internet to spy on its leaders "in complete disregard of moral integrity