Wednesday, July 8, 2009

Murdoch Papers Said to Pay to Settle Hacking Cases

A British newspaper, The Guardian, reported on Wednesday that Rupert Murdoch’s British newspaper subsidiary paid about $1.6 million to settle court cases involving allegations that its reporters worked with private investigators to hack into the cellphone messages of numerous public figures. Among those whose cellphones were tapped or hacked into were the former deputy prime minister and at least one other cabinet minister, The Guardian reported. [Click for MORE]

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