Spreading phone hacking scandal touches UK nerves


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Everyone's a hacker or a wikileaks or a antiWhaler. But what the heck for? I mean, big talk about altruistic ideals like saving the planet or fighting corruption, but in the end it's no different than the gangsters or the terrorists, and the primary goal is really self aggrandizement and/or enrichment. Who is the fraud now?

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The scandal(s) has brought down the newspaper.


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I've never really liked an entire company being shut down because of the actions of a few. The people who were in the position to OK the hacking are probably set for life anyway. Losing their jobs probably means early retirement. The others, the lower level workers right down to the janitors are now the ones who will lose their jobs and feel the brunt and they had absolutely nothing to do with the decision. In the end I'd rather see those specific people who took part in this get hammered and the decent people keep their jobs.

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All or nothing at all. This is life according to marketing (public relations). Politics at it's worst. Because it is too much wor to pick out the rotten fruit, we just chuck the whole bushel. Entirely right, SuperLib.

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