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By Steven | July 10, 2009

For anyone who’s missed it: a fascinating expose of journalistic practices at News of the World. They hire private investigators to illegally hack public figures’ mobile phones; try to pass it off as a one-off lapse by a rogue journalist if caught out; and if sued pay out enormous sums as hush money in confidential settlements.

Topics: Breach of confidence, Media ethics, Privacy tort | No Comments »


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