UK phone hacking scandal

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Cameron faces grilling on hacking crisis

Prime Minister David Cameron will be grilled by parliament on Wednesday about his decision to employ a former tabloid newspaper editor caught up in a phone-hacking scandal that has rocked Britain's establishment...[Full story]

Murdoch says he's staying Murdoch denies responsiblity for scandal
Murdochs to be quizzed over scandal • UK phone-hacking whistleblower found dead
Top British police officer resigns over phone-hacking scandal Britain's police chief resigns over hacking scandal

• Former News Int'l CEO Brooks released on bail

Murdoch apologizes over hacking scandal

Embattled News Corp CEO resigns

FBI probes News Corp. hacking allegations

British phone hacking scandal becoming 'a firestorm'

Murdoch drops bid for BSkyB

Murdoch in London to handle hacking crisis

News of the World bids farewell to readers

• UK media feels the heat after phone-hack scandal

Murdoch shuts down scandal-hit newspaper





The end of the world? 

The immediate spark for the News of the World crisis was that phone hacking was systematically used at the behest of the news editors as a "by any means necessary" technique to get exclusive stories...[Full story]





British police chief resigns over bribery

Rupert Murdoch apologizes for phone hacking

FBI probes Murdoch's News Corp. hacking allegations 

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