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Category Archives: Hackgate
Allegations that lawyers are at the forefront of illegal hacking have provided the majority of the press with (another) Leveson bashing story. The extent of the scoop, and the problem with the Leveson failed to investigate stories, are covered here … Continue reading
I have written a number of posts on the lawyers’ roles in the Hacking saga. Rather than re-rehearse the ins and outs, interested readers can read those posts by clicking here. Lord Justice Leveson’s analysis of two aspects of the … Continue reading
There’s a very interesting story from Roy Greenslade on the Guardian about journalists arrested in the ongoing hacking investigations. If his informants are right then there is a serious risk that News International funding of employee defences is compromising the … Continue reading
One would have hoped by now that lawyers connected with the hacking saga would have learned to be a bit more careful about how they review emails and yet, somewhat surprisingly, comes the news that Linklaters appear to have omitted … Continue reading
At Leveson today, Rupert Murdoch, somewhat surprisingly, denied knowing that Burton Copeland could not disclose the fruits of their investigation because their clients (NI/NGN) had not waived professional privilege. Surprising because he had a very clear grasp of what he … Continue reading
The Guardian has run an interesting story on the deletion of apparently relevant evidence in the Hackgate cases: the Mysteries of Data Pool 3. Key points appear to be: “…Murdoch’s Management and Standards Committee has now handed them what may … Continue reading