Tuesday, April 19

Sienna Miller, others still complaining about phone hack

Apology and offer of compensation were not satisfied with the newspaper LONDON - prominent British, who said on Saturday they accuse a tabloid hacking in their phone messages.

The news of the world has recognized, the interception of voice mails from public figures and says that it is compensation for an unspecified number of "legitimate claims."

But the recording has to stop little to a scandal, rattled the political establishment Britain and Rupert Murdoch's media empire has done.

A lawyer of Sienna Miller - one who sued the paper - said several prominent actress has dropped their lawsuit against the news of the world that "outrageous violation of privacy." not throws her lawyer Mark Thomson said Miller is waiting for more information from the newspaper before you decidethat was what to do.

Miller throws the newspaper access to their voicemails repeatedly in the course of a year and the information for stories about them, their family and their former partners, Jude Law.

For many years maintained the news of the world, that hacker to two rogue employees had limited 2007 for the listening to voicemail messages royal employees, including some links from Prince William and Prince Harry were arrested.

But admitted at the Friday parent company news international liability in some cases and said that "past behavior in the world in terms of voice mail messages to catch real regret is."

The apology was able to bring not the paper critics - and the powerful owner, Murdoch.

Former Deputy Prime Minister John Prescott, who is claiming that his phone was hacked, said the British Government should Murdoch stop from the complete control of satellite broadcaster British Sky Broadcasting Group PLC to the hacking problem solved.

The Government has plans of Murdoch's News Corp., the 61 percent of the BSkyB to buy, that he has not already, on the condition that it spin off the sky news channel is approved as an independent company.

"I say this to the Government - not you car make this announcement, while the (the House) Commons and (House of) Lords are in recess, unless you have made a correct assessment of this company," Prescott said.

The Department for culture, media and sport, said the final decision on the merger is based "on media plurality problems alone" and would not be affected by the hacker scandal.

Ed Miliband, leaders who labour party opposition said the newspaper had acknowledged serious misconduct, and he called for police to investigate "how far beyond that organization went knowledge of these actions."

Almost 3,000 phone numbers found
The news of the world is currently about 20 complaints from alleged victims of hacking, but critics of the paper say that hundreds or even thousands of people from its reporters scandal hungry focused.

The police say they found almost 3,000 cell phone numbers in the course of a first examination in the phone hackers.

The charges are police not thoroughly investigate been accused and have reopened their inquiry recently. Earlier this week, she arrested and questioned the Chief Reporter newspaper and his former head of the news.

Andy Coulson, a former news of the world editor as Prime Minister David Cameron's set, communications Chief was forced withdraw from his Downing Street job over the scandal earlier this year and has also been interviewed by police, although he was not arrested.

Murdoch's News International Ltd. has four British national newspapers - the tabloids of the Sun and news of the world as the times and the Sunday Times. News International is a subsidiary of Murdoch's News Corp., the U.S. Media Fox television, the New York Post and the Wall Street Journal included.

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