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# Hacking

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Hacking scandal claims another victim as top counter-terrorism chief resigns
Another day, another resignation.
David Cameron under pressure over links to phone hacking scandal
The UK’s most senior police officer appeared to fire a parting shot at the prime minister as Rebekah Brooks was bailed last night following 12 hours questioning.
Phone hacking: UK police chief Sir Paul Stephenson resigns
The hacking scandal has led to another resignation, the most senior yet.
The Daily Fix: Sunday
In your Sunday Fix: A certain ginger-haired former media executive is arrested; the cost of smoking to Ireland’s economy; Come on Clarkey! and Hackgate: The Movie.
Rebekah Brooks arrested in phone hacking probe
Brooks resigned as the chief executive of News International on Friday.
Irish Mail on Sunday editor ‘targeted by Mulcaire NotW phone hacking’
Sebastian Hamilton, the editor of the Irish Mail on Sunday, is one of two MoS figures who may have been targeted.
The Daily Fix: Saturday
In your Fix for today: A cheaper route to Dublin airport?; the end of the World; a remorseful Archbishop; how the Taoiseach is spending his weekend; and why Ken Doherty has an issue with neck ties.
News of the Unscrews: NotW sign disappears from Wapping
The end of the World at Wapping…
Rupert Murdoch signs public apology public over phone-hacking
A full-page advert in all of today’s British papers says sorry for the “serious wrongdoing that occurred” at NotW.
Timeline: News of the World hacking scandal
As Rebekah Brooks bows to pressure to resign, take a look back at events leading up to the scandal…
Brooks to be questioned by parliament over hacking
But what will Rupert and James Murdoch do?
Hacking: Another arrest with calls for US probe and Murdoch to face questions
The phone hacking scandal that has engulfed Rupert Murdoch’s media empire has spread to the US.
News Corp withdraws bid for BSkyB
It follows the controversy surrounding the allegations that newspapers owned by its proprietor Ruper Murdoch were involved in phone-hacking.
US senator demands investigation into possible 9/11 phone-hacking
Highly-regarded senator Jay Rockefeller says the fallout from the News of the World raises ‘serious questions’.
MPs to quiz cops on failure to investigate phone-hacking
The assistant commissioner of the Metropolitan Police will be grilled on why he chose not to reopen inquiries in 2009.
Anonymous hackers release 90,000 military email logins and 'French Nazi' phone numbers
The ‘hacktivist’ group breaches the website of a military contractor as part of its ‘military meltdown Monday’.
Hacker group Anonymous warns UK police and judges to 'brace' themselves
A senior figure within Anonymous is thought to have given a warning that ‘tomorrow is the beginning’.
Gordon Brown's bank account and medical records hacked
Former PM’s bank account may have been illegally accesses by The Sunday Times, while The Sun obtained his son’s medical records.
NotW emails: Police 'sold royal family's mobile phone numbers'
Emails discovered in 2007 and handed over to investigators last month claim corruption among police guarding the Royals.
News International chief Rebekah Brooks faces police quiz
The former News of the World editor is likely to be questioned by officers investigating the phone-hacking scandal.
Guardian 'warned Cameron' over Coulson's jobs for criminal PIs
Did Downing Street know about Andy Coulson’s investigators and their problems with the law? The Guardian says: Yes.
Murdoch jets in to handle hacking crisis - as his son could face prosecution
All of this while police investigate claims that a senior executive deleted ‘millions’ of incriminating emails…
Andy Coulson released after arrest over phone hacking
Earlier today, David Cameron defended hiring former advisor Andy Coulson, saying he deserved a ‘second chance’.
BSkyB shares fall - but barely a blip for News Corp
Shares in the commercial broadcaster suffer as the UK government says it will take its time on a News Corp takeover.
Poll: Should the News of the World have been closed?
Is closure a fitting fate for bad behaviour – or does it distract from the wrongdoings of the newspaper’s staff?
Pressure mounts on Brooks over newspaper's 'ultimate sacrifice'
Staff at the News of the World believe their jobs have been cut simply to save the position of their former editor.
Relatives of Omagh victims may have been hacked by NOTW
Prime Minister David Cameron is to call a press conference on the hacking scandal today.
How the press is reporting the end of the World
A gallery of today’s front pages from Britain and Ireland. No prizes for guessing what gets the biggest billing…
Warnings of potential Irish victims of NOTW phone hacking
Meanwhile, UK police have contacted a lawyer involved in Lady Diana’s inquest to warn him over possible voicemail hacking.
Did the Irish News of the World make use of info taken from hacked phones?
Journalist who worked on Irish edition in 1990s says they were “well schooled in the grey arts” of rooting out stories.
SuperValu ‘monitoring the situation’ as Bulmer pulls News of the World ads
The number of companies which have announced they are pulling their advertising from the newspaper is growing.