In April 2011 the News of the World (NOTW) admitted being responsible for intercepting the voicemails of many individuals using the services of a private investigator, Glenn Mulcaire, before his arrest in 2006. 1,310 more words
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Ben Ashford, former journalist at Rupert Murdoch’s The Sun newspaper is the first person to be charged under Operation Tuleta, a Metropolitan Police investigation that is being run alongside inquiries into alleged corrupt payments to public officials, computer hacking and other privacy breaches. 452 more words
Yes, it is quite clear that getting information from SOCA is like pulling teeth. So many questions and loose ends. Wouldn’t it be interesting to know more about what offences are in dispute? 1,071 more words
All private investigators will be required to work with a signature theme tune in the background according to new legislation announced this morning by Home Secretary Theresa May. 344 more words
A former journalist with The Times has been arrested in connection with an alleged hack of a blogger’s email account in 2009.
28-year-old Patrick Foster was arrested in the early hours of the morning by British police, investigating the hacking of an email account belonging to the anonymous police blogger Nightjack in 2009. 223 more words
A journalist working for The Sun has been arrested by police investigating allegations of computer hacking related to the News of the World voicemail hacking scandal. 294 more words