NotW May Have Hacked Computers

    In this screen grab made Monday, July 18, 2011, a page to which visitors to The Sun's website were redirected is seen. A group of internet hackers claims to have tampered with the website of Rupert Murdoch's Sun newspaper. Visitors to The Sun's website late Monday were redirected to a page featuring a story saying Murdoch's dead body had been found in his garden. Lulz Security took responsibility via Twitter, calling it a successful part of "Murdoch Meltdown Monday." (AP Photo)

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    First it was phone hacking, and now computers. London police will now begin to investigate allegations of the News of the World's possible breach of privacy using personal computers. "Operation Tuleta is currently considering a number of allegations regarding breach of privacy, received by the MPS since January 2011, which fall outside the remit of (phone-hacking) Operation Weeting, including computer hacking," said the force led by officer Sue Akers. Parts of the operation will move into a formal investigation. News of the World's royal reporter Glenn Mulcaire also released a statement Friday saying he did not act alone when he intercepted the voicemail messages of royal aids. He was arrested alongside reporter Clive Goodman in 2007.

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