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UK's GCHQ blamed for cyber attack on Belgian telecoms company

The agency was named in the latest revelations from NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden

Former private investigator is 21st hacking arrest

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Paul Vickers, Company Secretary and Group Legal Director, Trinity Mirror; Sly Bailey, former chief executive Trinity Mirror (2003-2012); James Hipwell, former Mirror business journalist

Mirror titles could face huge bill if phone hacking is proven

Latest police investigation could involve hundreds of alleged victims and officers are looking at more than one newspaper

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Sunday Mirror faces hacking investigation

The publisher of the Sunday Mirror has said it is being investigated for alleged phone hacking carried out by ex-employees.

Snapshot of British society in 2013: More tolerance, less trust for politicians and royals are getting more popular

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Soca will check if directors have links to private investigators

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GCHQ worked in collaboration with the NSA in order to access communications from the 'big four' - Google, Facebook, Hotmail and Yahoo.

Encryption protocols compromised by NSA and GCHQ, according to leaked Edward Snowden documents

The latest revelation shows "an aggressive, multi-pronged effort to break widely used internet encryption"

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Phone hacking: Former Sunday Mirror journalist Dan Evans charged

Dan Evans accused of plotting with unnamed others to intercept voicemails of 'well-known people and those associated with them'

Journalist Dan Evans to face hacking charges

A journalist has been charged with offences linked to phone hacking after being on police bail for two years.

The NSA's offices in Fort Meade, Maryland in the US

NSA spying row deepens after UN and EU allegations

United Nations refuses to comment directly on claims US intelligence agency hacked internal communications

Pro-independence group paid academic to write opinion article for newspaper

Yes Scotland has admitted it paid constitutional academic Elliot Bulmer for a piece published in The Herald

Rebekah Brooks and Andy Coulson phone hacking trial delayed

The trial of Rebekah Brooks, the former chief executive of Rupert Murdoch’s News International, and seven other defendants including Andy Coulson, David Cameron’s former communications chief in Downing Street, has been pushed back by two months.

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