Holder open to meeting Sept 11 families on hacking

from Reuters

The Mirror report, citing an unidentified source, has yet to be
independently verified but already has fueled US emotions over the wider
phone hacking scandal that has consumed Britain and rocked Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp media empire. …

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Hackers target Murdoch newspaper Web site

from CNET
by Elinor Mills

The LulzSec hacker group has turned its sights on Rupert Murdoch’s UK newspaper The Sun, hacking the site to direct visitors to a fake article claiming the media mogul had died and releasing information on
journalists. …

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Phone hacking: Rupert Murdoch woes deepen with prospect of US investigation

from Telegraph.co.uk

James Murdoch will today face MPs’ questions over compensation deals for
victims of phone hacking that obliged them to keep quiet about the matter. Mr Murdoch is chairman of News International in Europe and Asia, and deputy chief operating officer of …

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Don’t let the response to News of the World go too far

from the Washington Post

Nine people have been arrested in connection with the hacking cases, and on Friday two of Mr. Murdoch’s closest collaborators — Rebekah Brooks, who headed the British newspaper division, and Dow Jones chief executive Les Hinton — announced their …

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‘Hacking of Jude Law in New York’ leaves Murdoch’s struggling American empire …

from the Daily Mail
By Daily Mail Reporter

Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp empire could face charges in America over phone hacking scandal after it was claimed that The News of the World hacked into Jude Law’s phone while he was in the United States.

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Murdoch apologizes again for illegal phone hacking

from Beaumont Enterprise

The News International publication News of the World is accused of hacking into the mobile phones of various crime victims, celebrities and

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Britain’s phone-hacking scandal and the power of newspapers

from the Los Angeles Times

By this year, he had accumulated enough power in Britain that his own man, Andy Coulson, got installed at 10 Downing Street, as Prime Minister David Cameron’s chief spin doctor, at least until the phone-hacking scandal drove Coulson out. …

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