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    Times of London Accused of Hacking

    LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM:  This photo shows the new Times of London tabloid-sized version along with the usual broadsheet on the first day release of the new smaller sized edition 26 November, 2003 in London. In a statement, the 218-year-old jewel in media baron Rupert Murdoch's global empire said the new edition will be sold in the London area from Wednesday alongside the usual broadsheet Times -- enabling newsstand buyers to pick up the one they prefer.       AFP PHOTO/JOSHUA ROBERTS  (Photo credit should read JOSHUA ROBERTS/AFP/Getty Images)

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    The hacking inquiry has spread to a new Rupert Murdoch-owned paper: The Times of London, the well-respected broadsheet. Labor legislator Tom Watson, who has led the inquiry into hacking at the News of the World, says police are investigating email hacking at the Times. The paper has admitted that a former reporter tried to intercept emails in 2009 in an attempt to reveal an anonymous policeman blogger.

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