Tom Watson: “I have seen evidence that strongly suggests computer hacking was more widespread across a number of industries”
“We’re not through this scandal yet,” says Tom Watson, the MP who has spearheaded parliament’s probe into phone hacking in Rupert Murdoch’s newspapers. “Computer hacking is next and it may dwarf what we have seen so far.”
Computer hacking is currently the subject of an investigation by the police, named “Operation Tuleta,” which only has a handful of officers and a relatively low profile. In July last year, the Metropolitan police confirmed that “Some aspects of this operation will move forward…
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