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    jondf
    jondf  72474 forum posts
    18 Oct 2013 - 11:45 PM

    A News Corp ....er....sorry, Sun journalist to appear in court charged with receiving stolen goods and gaining unauthorised access to computer material.....hacking? What will it take before Leveson's recommendation's get implemented in full?


    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-24581901

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    jondf
    jondf  72474 forum posts
    19 Oct 2013 - 7:59 PM

    Yes, it was a play on words really. 'More of the same' also meaning the re-emergence of a previously discussed topic ....oh well Tongue

    thewilliam
    20 Oct 2013 - 10:24 AM

    Isn't this journalist from the same paper that tells the electorate which way they should vote?

    Do you honestly think that any regime that wants to remain in power would want to upset them? Wasn't Levenson just a smokescreen to fool the more gullible of the peasantry - those who believe that an inquiry that cost many millions would get to the truth?

    Last Modified By thewilliam at 20 Oct 2013 - 10:25 AM
    jondf
    jondf  72474 forum posts
    21 Oct 2013 - 10:01 PM


    Quote: Isn't this journalist from the same paper that tells the electorate which way they should vote?

    Do you honestly think that any regime that wants to remain in power would want to upset them? Wasn't Levenson just a smokescreen to fool the more gullible of the peasantry - those who believe that an inquiry that cost many millions would get to the truth?

    Yes, it's a shame the government's reaction (Leveson) to the illegal act of phone hacking by journalists and those who employed them should excite such negative comments. But the truth has come out. A popular national newspaper of long standing was forced to close. Individuals operating at the highest media levels face serious charges that could result in lengthy terms of imprisonment. And if nothing else, Leveson just might have made the 'gullible peasantry' sit up and take notice .....hope so.

    jondf
    jondf  72474 forum posts
    23 Oct 2013 - 8:59 PM

    One can accept more easily the accusation below because it's what's been going on between countries for centuries and could be construed as 'fair doos' -

    http://uk.reuters.com/article/2013/10/23/uk-germany-usa-spying-idUKBRE99M0XG2013...

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