Hacking scandal gets global audience

from CNN International
By Michael Martinez, CNN

The 168-year-old News of the World published its final edition on July 10 as a result of the phone hacking allegations. The phone-hacking scandal began two years ago as a lonely newspaper crusade in London, …

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Taliban denies texting Mullah Omar’s death, blames hacking

from the Los Angeles Times
(Ahmad Masood, Reuters)
By Laura King Los Angeles Times Staff Writer

In this Murdochian age, it somehow seems inevitable: The Taliban movement says it was phone-hacked. The group said Wednesday that text messages announcing the death of supreme leader …

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Piers Morgan seeks apology over hacking claim

from AFP

Former tabloid editor Piers Morgan has demanded an apology from an MP who made claims about him admitting to phone hacking, at the London hearing which quizzed Rupert Murdoch. In an angry on-air exchange, Morgan, who is now a celebrity …

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The phone hacking scandal: The figures at the center of it

from CNN International

London (CNN) — A brief overview of the figures at the center of the
widening phone-hacking scandal in the United Kingdom. A 168-year-old
tabloid was the best-selling English-language newspaper in the world,
selling about 2.5 million copies every week. …

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Phone-hacking media scandal a truly British affair

from MiamiHerald.com

The phone-hacking scandal in Britain, after slowly gathering steam for at least five years, has exploded into a rich and
fast-moving media spectacle. There’s so much: unscrupulous journalists who pillaged the personal communications …

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Murdoch’s ad apologizes for ‘serious wrongdoing’ in hacking scandal

from CNN
By the CNN Wire Staff London (CNN) —

Rupert Murdoch apologized to the British public with full-page advertisements in seven national newspapers Saturday, a day after two senior executives resigned over a phone hacking scandal that has engulfed his …

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Hacking scandal: FBI opens inquiry on 9/11 victims

from The Seattle Times

The decision to open a case in New York stemmed from the expanding hacking scandal that has wracked Britain for days, ever since disclosures that News of the World had illegally intercepted the voice mail of Milly Dowler, a 13-year-old girl abducted …

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