Wolff: In tech scandals, it's all about the scale
Over a six-year period, Murdoch reporters in London listened in on and downloaded thousands of voice mail messages of celebrities, newsmakers and their friends, employees and families.
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#1 Jul 8, 2013
How about some reporter querying Senator Harry Reid how he receive information about presidential candidate Mitt Romney's personal data.
Someone from the FBI?
Someone from NSA?(and you wonder how NSA tapped the republicans' phones to gather information about their strategies)
Evil doers are alive and functioning in government under the guise of 'protecting' citizens.
#2 Jul 8, 2013
My name is Salman rana my eductn is b.a plz give me job i want to become a reporter and journlist my cel nmbr.is
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