NOTW: Live Updates from the New York Times
News about the British phone hacking scandal (Leveson Report), including commentary and archival articles published in The New York Times.
The kind of press regulations proposed by British politicians would do more harm than good because an unfettered press is essential to democracy.
The investigation of The Wall Street Journal coincides with a broader search the government is conducting of News Corporation over a phone-hacking scandal in 2011.
Prime Minister David Cameron announced on Thursday that he would pursue his own proposal for a system of self-regulation after months of inquiries into a phone-hacking scandal.
Four former public officials pleaded guilty Friday to illegally selling information to the Rupert Murdoch-owned tabloid, The Sun.
How a London paper listened in on the private voice mail messages of the rich and famous.
Scotland Yard said on Wednesday that the journalists, who previously worked for The News of the World tabloid, were arrested on suspicion of hacking into cellphone messages.
April Casburn, a senior police officer, was sentenced for seeking cash payments from Rupert Murdoch’s News of the World tabloid.