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Rupert Murdoch Compromised National Security With Illegal Phone Hacking And Wiretapping
April 28. 2011
Rupert Murdoch and wife Wendi Murdoch, who left
her husband to be with him due to his
A year ago in the May 7, 2010 article The FBI And Mobile Phone Spying the Judiciary Report wrote of mobile phone hacking and wiretapping, warning of the negative consequences that can emanate from it:
"The U.S. Congress has failed to stop this criminal misconduct, which some of them have benefited from and illegally so. However, whether they realize it or not, the aforementioned misuse of technology, poses a severe danger to national security.
If a non-government worker or foreign entity, secretly uses the aforementioned tactics on members of Congress, they could listen into high ranking, classified, closed session meetings, simply by targeting a senator's mobile phone, with inexpensive malware and spyware.
If they target the mobile phones belonging to the family members of Congress people, they could also spy on the entire family in their home, by default and eventually hear and see things they are not entitled to under the law, which could also damage national security. After all, many people take their work home.
Even the U.S. White House could be infiltrated in this manner, via U.S. President Barack Obama's Blackberry mobile phone or those belonging to any member of his cabinet or the property's staff. "
The Rupert Murdoch scandal that exploded this month, revealing the newspaper magnate, illegally wiretapped and hacked a number of celebrities and prominent British politicians, including phones associated with the former Prime Minister, Gordon Brown (Report: Rupert Murdoch Blackmailed The British Prime Minister).
World governments now need to ascertain how much damage has been done and what information Murdoch and company, shared with opposing governments that he should not have, endangering national security in several countries.
Sienna Miller is currently suing Murdoch for hacking and wiretapping, then printing the details of her private life as scoops and exclusives
Once again, the Judiciary Report, has been proven right in its claims. The site was also the first to break the Rupert Murdoch phone hacking and wiretapping scandal in 2005, via a formal complaint to the Metropolitan Police in London, which was posted online Rupert Murdoch Finally Admits His Company's Phone Hacking And Wiretapping Crimes.
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