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    Phone Hacking & Sky

    This is a discussion on Phone Hacking & Sky within the Everyday Life forums, part of the Community channel category; Originally Posted by deadman1984 they also got attacked buy someone in the commitie meeting yesterday got paint or food all ...

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      Re: Phone Hacking & Sky

      Quote Originally Posted by deadman1984 View Post
      they also got attacked buy someone in the commitie meeting yesterday got paint or food all over hahahaha.
      Rupert's wife had the last laugh as she leapt in with a manoevure that left 99% of the foam on the attacker's face. Sad result, but impressive wife!


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      Re: Phone Hacking & Sky

      yea saw that lol but i thinkhis empire should be broke up and be prevented from starting any new buissness or working in the uk

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      Re: Phone Hacking & Sky

      What about all his employees that you said are just as bad, should they be banned from working in the UK too?

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      Re: Phone Hacking & Sky

      yea they should they dont deserve to work here if there upto crooked stuff buy hearing peoples voicemails or phones

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      Re: Phone Hacking & Sky

      I really cant believe some comments I read at times. Deadman1984, you seriously think that every single employee of News Corp (as you comment was in relation to Murdoch not News Int), is crooked and shouldn't be allowed to work in the UK.

      Christ mate, with an attitude like that you are coming across as bad as the people you are claiming to be bad.

      Don't punish the innocent. Why on earth do you believe every News Corp employee has broken the law?

      BTW you might want to check the slander/lible laws.

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      Re: Phone Hacking & Sky

      not all of em just the guilty ones if theres others who had nothing to do with it then so be it

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      Re: Phone Hacking & Sky

      So you've back tracked now on your post 106.

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      Re: Phone Hacking & Sky

      yea slight correction if there guilty bust them if there not then there inocent
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      Re: Phone Hacking & Sky

      Quote Originally Posted by reddwarfcrew View Post
      Are we really that naieve to think that it's only the NOTW or Murdoch companies that have/do this. Are we that naieve that it's something that has only started in the last decade or two?

      Every journalist is up to it in one form or another...... just probably more indirectly through third parties. It's also been going on since journalism first start 100's of years ago. All that has changed is the technology.
      BBC News - Sunday Mirror phone-hacking claim revealed by Newsnight

      Looks like the Trinity Group is now up for the same treatment. We'll soon see how anti-Murdoch the country is if the Trinity Group don't get the same treatment as News Corp have (as in up in front of the select comittee etc)

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      Re: Phone Hacking & Sky

      I did see some of that this morning but it soon got buried in the events from Norway

      I hope that any journalist that has been involved directly in this behaviour gets caught and imprisoned.

      The next step will be prosecuting the Editors & perhaps the owners too.

      I believe that in the USA it is quite legal to record a conversation without the other person knowing. In the UK this is not the case.

      Intercepting private conversations is against the Telecoms laws and if they are not dealt with then the law has lost it's teeth IMHO.

      The next step will be rebuilding the PCC as it is currently run by the Press. It's rules of lodging complaints are out of date IMHO. The whole system needs to be rebuilt in such a way that the public can once more have faith in the press.

     

     
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