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Saturday, August 4, 2012
Phone Hacking Scandal Spreading: New Companies Targeted, Hundreds
Of … – Huffington Post
LONDON (AP) — British police are investigating new tabloids in the country’s
growing phone hacking scandal, including the Trinity Mirror PLC newspaper group
as well as the U.K.’s Express Newspapers, a senior Scotland Yard official said
Monday. More than 100 new allegations of “data intrusion” also are being
Deputy Assistant Commissioner Sue Akers’ comments indicated that the scandal,
which erupted last year at Rupert Murdoch’s News of the World and has involved
hundreds of victims, could end up burning the now-defunct tabloid’s U.K.
competitors as well.
Akers gave as an example payments of tens of thousands of pounds (dollars)
allegedly made to the same prison officer by all three newspaper groups.
“Our assessment is that there are reasonable grounds to suspect offenses have
been committed and that the majority of these stories reveal very limited
material of genuine public interest,” Akers told a judge-led inquiry into media
Akers also said her force was combing through a mountain of electronic
information to find evidence for more than 100 claims of what she called “data
intrusion” — a category which includes computer hacking and improper access to
In what might be a newly discovered tabloid espionage technique, she said
that police had seen at least two cases in which detectives had discovered data
which “appears to come from stolen mobile telephones.”
Police were examining “whether these are just isolated incidents or just the
tip of the iceberg,” Akers said.
The phone hacking scandal erupted last July after it emerged that journalists
at the News of the World routinely eavesdropped on cell phones’ voicemail boxes
in order to score scoops. The probe has since grown to take in allegations of
computer hacking and bribe-paying across the British media — and beyond.
Police have been widely criticized for their failure to come to grips with
the hacking issue when it first emerged nearly seven years ago. Police
repeatedly ignored crucial leads and dismissed new evidence, claiming that phone
hacking was a limited practice affecting only a handful of people.
On Thursday, Akers gave the force’s most up-to-date accounting yet, telling
the inquiry that more than 702 people “are likely to be victims.”