A lesson from the master
Scotland Yard has accepted for the first time the extent of the phone-hacking scandal when it told a court the number of potential victims whose voicemails were targeted by the News of the World is likely to be “substantially” more than 91.
A high court hearing to timetable and organise the growing civil claims for damages against Rupert Murdoch’s News International heard that the new police investigation believed the scale of potential victims was much higher than leading officers had previously said.
So goes his greatest student:
The small-town newspapers in New York’s Hudson Valley that Fox News chief Roger Ailes owns with his wife Elizabeth are in a staff revolt after employees caught Ailes spying on them with News Corp. security goons.