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Last month, dozens of new civil suits alleging phone hacking were brought against News of the World, the now defunct British tabloid owned by News Corp., headed by Rupert Murdoch.Improprieties at News of the World stem back to 2005, but accusations and revelations have been steady
Henry Porter, a novelist who writes a political column for The Observer, joins Worldview to discuss what the British inquiry has uncovered about the News of the World phone hacking scandal and shares his own observations of how the scandal is unfolding.