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Public outrage won’t solve hacking scandal

SCANDAL: News Of The World

I FLIPPANTLY said a couple of weeks ago that I wish my phone had been hacked. How I wish I could take those keystrokes back. The phone hacking scandal has now turned nasty.

It allegedly included the families of high profile murder and bomb victims and even war widows were targeted, all at times of maximum personal devastation for them. No wonder then, given the public outrage that Murdoch decided to close The News Of The World. These are such dark times for humanity and worryingly underscores the fact that we are all mere human fodder to be chewed up and spat out at will.

Undoubtedly dispensable heads will roll following the promised public inqury into phone hacking. But ultimately nothing will change until the public collectively decide that enough is enough and refuse to buy into the services and products provided by the folks at News International.

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