# hacking - Today’s News
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# hacking - Thursday 18 August, 2011
The arrest of James Desborough is seen as a significant development in the scandal that has rocked the UK establishment.
# hacking - Tuesday 16 August, 2011
Culture, Media and Sport Committee likely to recall Tom Crone, Colin Myler and James Murdoch to clarify points made during the first hearing.
# hacking - Monday 15 August, 2011
Authorities disabled the mobile phone coverage inside the city’s underground system to try and counter a series of protests.
# hacking - Sunday 14 August, 2011
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# hacking - Thursday 11 August, 2011
A hacker claiming to have begun ‘Operation Facebook’ says the plan had been abandoned before a video about it was released.
# hacking - Wednesday 10 August, 2011
London police have arrested a 61-year-old man in connection with the ongoing investigation into the alleged hacking of phone messages.
Hacking group has issued online warnings against the social network, which it calls the “medium of communication you all so dearly adore”.
# hacking - Sunday 7 August, 2011
Hackers are turning to smartphones to access personal information, with Android devices said to be especially vulnerable.
# hacking - Friday 5 August, 2011
Lawyer says his clients will be filing hacking claims against the Trinity Mirror group in the coming weeks as the hacking controversy spreads to a second publication.
Former Beatle notes claims by ex-wife Heather Mills that the couple’s phone messages had been spied on. If true, it’s “a horrendous violation of privacy”, he says.
# hacking - Thursday 4 August, 2011
Meanwhile former Daily Mirror editor Piers Morgan is under increasing pressure to return home from the US, in the wake of hacking allegations by Heather Mills.
# hacking - Wednesday 3 August, 2011
Instances of hacking into a company’s switchboard, and then using their phone lines to make calls, are up in 2011.
# hacking - Tuesday 2 August, 2011
The comedian attacked 80-year-old Rupert Murdoch with a shaving-foam pie during a House of Commons committee meeting.
Police in London have arrested a man believed to have been a key figure at News International.
# hacking - Thursday 28 July, 2011
Energy regulator backs rise in Bord Gáis prices, Corrib ‘rape tape’ report released, and amazing video of a whale’s ‘thank you’ dance after being freed from fishing nets…
Sara Payne, whose eight-year-old daughter Sarah was abducted and murdered in 2000, wrote a column for the News of the World’s final edition.
Staff who were made redundant in the aftermath of the phone-hacking scandal have been left out in the cold… literally.
# hacking - Wednesday 27 July, 2011
The TV presenter and former editor has denied any involvement in alleged phone hacking.
# hacking - Tuesday 26 July, 2011
Trinity Mirror denies involvement in phone-hacking, though a New York Times report has implicated five journalists.
# hacking - Friday 22 July, 2011
Doubt has been cast over key evidence the News International chief gave on Tuesday as one MP says he will ask police to review the matter.
# hacking - Thursday 21 July, 2011
Murdoch’s British media empire can no longer meet its Team 2012 contractual obligations after the News of the World was closed.
# hacking - Wednesday 20 July, 2011
The 30 Rock actor has taken to Twitter to express his opinions on the matter…
Wendi Deng’s slapping assault on her husband’s foam pie attacker has turned her into a sensation in her native country.
Hugh Grant and Jemima Khan win access to police records, as it emerges Buckingham Palace warned of hiring Andy Coulson.
Rupert and James Murdoch said they knew little of what went on at the News of the World. Do you believe them?
A 26-year-old comedian is accused of ‘harassment’ after the media mogul was smeared with shaving foam yesterday.
# hacking - Tuesday 19 July, 2011
A House of Commons committee is asking questions about the phone-hacking affair. Watch it live here.
The Murdochs apologised to the victims of phone hacking before answering questions regarding the size of payments to former NotW employees Glenn Mulcaire and Clive Goodman – and about Max Mosely’s privacy case against the newspaper.
Murdoch has been giving evidence in the phone hacking scandal.
The chairman of News Corporation has been giving evidence to MPs in London regarding the phone hacking scandal.
Nine things to know this morning: Superquinn’s quick sale saves 2,800 jobs, a big day ahead in the hacking inquiries, and will the public pay unpaid bills at the Dáil bar?
There have been a number of other developments in the story over the past 24 hours.
# hacking - Monday 18 July, 2011
Another day, another resignation.