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Dead South Korean agent leaves note hinting at hacking scandal

A South Korean government spy was found dead on Saturday in an apparent suicide alongside a note that seemed to comment on the recent revelation that the spy agency had acquired hacking programs capable of intercepting communications on cellphones and computers, police said.

Nick Hogan - hackers' first male celebrity victim

Nick Hogan - hackers' first male celebrity victim

Nick Hogan, actor and reality show star, has became the first male celebrity victim of naked photos leak in the iCloud scandal.

Leaked nude pics leave male Hollywood celebs 'terrified'

Leaked nude pics leave male Hollywood celebs 'terrified'

Many male Hollywood celebrities are terribly scared due to the recent nude photo hacking incidents, which targeted many well-known actresses

On tape, Rupert Murdoch slams police investigation

Rupert Murdoch has been recorded saying wrongdoing by his British newspapers was "next to nothing" and apparently acknowledging that his reporters paid police officers for information.

US govt investigates WSJ for bribery claims in China

As part of its larger probe of News Corp in the wake of the hacking scandal in the UK, the US has opened an investigation into allegations that employees at The Wall Street Journal's China news bureau bribed Chinese officials to get information.

James Murdoch re-appointed as BSkyB director

Protesters calling for Murdoch`s resignation had gathered outside the meeting at a London conference centre.

UK police make another arrest in hacking scandal

British police have arrested a 30-year-old man in the phone hacking scandal involving the now-defunct News of the World tabloid.

Another hacking charge hits Murdoch`s UK title

News International, which owns The Sun, made the
revelation in an email.

BSkyB board faces decisions on chairman, dividend

It`s the first board meeting since Rupert Murdoch`s
News Corp abandoned a takeover bid for BSkyB.

CNN host Piers Morgan drawn into hacking scandal

Popular CNN host Piers Morgan`s
name has been drawn into Britain`s media scandal with a former
Mirror group journalist claiming that phone hacking was common
at the Daily Mirror during the former`s time as its editor.

Did James Murdoch mislead MPs?

British police should launch a probe
into claims by News International Chairman James Murdoch`s two
former employees that he gave "mistaken" testimony before a
Parliamentary committee on the phone-hacking scandal.

London`s top 2 police resign in UK hacking scandal

The high-profile resignations have made it harder for Cameron to contain the intensifying scandal.

Tony Blair `tried to hush up hacking scandal`

Former UK PM tried to hush up NoW`s phone-hacking scandal by urging his successor Gordon Brown to persuade Labour MP, Tom Watson to back off.

Call for News review in Australia after scandal

Murdoch`s global News International empire had its
humble beginnings in Australia.