Wednesday, July 6, 2011

NEWS CORP ADVERTISERS FLEE-Murdoch Dirty Phone Hacking Exposed

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.

“We do need to have an inquiry, possibly inquiries into what has happened,” Cameron told lawmakers at his weekly question-and-answer session in Parliament in London today. “It’s absolutely disgusting what has taken place. I’m sure everyone in this house, indeed this country, will be revolted.”

British media published further allegations today that the newspaper tapped the voicemails of murder victims and their families and paid police officers for stories. Lloyds Banking Group Plc (LLOY) and General Motors Co.’s Vauxhall unit canceled advertising in the News Corp. tabloid. The revelations came as the government reviews the company’s 7.8 billion-pound ($12.5 billion) bid for the 61 percent of British Sky Broadcasting Group Plc (BSY) it doesn’t own.

1 comment:


Hey Murdoch. Will you answer just 1 question for me? The video asks the question and actually spits the correct answer, too.

Pretty amazing all this new technology, eh young man? You old dinosaur CEO MOFOs are going to die a swift corporate death. Hurry up & get out of our way...We want to get the businees done, so we can ALL go out & have a Little FUN-in-the-SUN, yes old man-even you while you still can. Otherwise, give us the keys to 1 of your yachts and turn into a Caribbean VIP Party Cruiser. Bet your wife would want to join MY crew...