Dead Soldiers’ Families Hacked

    The logos for News of The World and The Sunday Times newspapers published by News International Newspapers Ltd, a subsidiary of News Corp., are displayed outside the company's headquarters at Wapping in London, U.K., on Wednesday, July 6, 2011. U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron promised at least one inquiry into phone hacking at Rupert Murdoch's News of the World newspaper and failures by the police to investigate it.

    Chris Ratcliffe / Bloomberg / Getty Images

    How much worse can it get? Personal details of the families of dead soldiers were included in the files of a private investigator jailed for hacking phones for the News of the World, the Daily Telegraph reported Wednesday. After the news, the Royal British Legion, Britain's leading charity for veterans, canceled a campaign it planned to mount with the paper to save the chief coroner's Office. It also said it is reviewing all advertising arrangements with News of the World parent company News International, whose properties include the Times of London and the Sun.

    Read it at Daily Telegraph