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Hacking reporter hits out at NOTW

Mr Snowden, who leaked details of US internet surveillance to a British newspaper, posted the messages under a pseudonym during the eight years that he worked for the CIA and the NSA.

Revealed: Whistleblower Edward Snowden posted comments attacking citizen surveillance while working for CIA

Snowden posted the messages under a pseudonym during the eight years that he worked for the CIA and the NSA

The chairman and CEO of News Corporation Rupert Murdoch is to divorce his wife Wendi Deng Murdoch, the company confirmed today.

Rupert Murdoch's media empire thrown into doubt as he announces divorce from Wendi Deng

US filing by News Corp boss, 82, said 14-year marriage had broken down 'irretrievably'

Former NHS employee held over 'corrupt payments to public officials'

A former NHS employee has been arrested by detectives investigating alleged corrupt payments to public officials.

A TV screen shows Edward Snowden appearing on the news, at a restaurant in Hong Kong

NSA whistleblower, Edward Snowden, confirms he will stay in Hong Kong and resist US extradition attempts

Rumours had suggested he would head to a range of destinations from Russia to Iceland

Two prison officers arrest in corrupt payments investigation

Two serving prison officers were arrested today by detectives investigating alleged corrupt payments to public officials.

'I am not afraid,’ says high-school dropout Edward Snowden, as he reveals his identity from a Hong Kong hotel room

Video: Former CIA worker Edward Snowden speaks out about NSA Prism data-mining operation

Edward Snowden, a former CIA employee working for the US National Security Agency, reveals details of the organisation's surveillance programme.

Regina Ip has suggested NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden should leave Hong Kong

Julian Assange praises whistleblower Edward Snowden who faces extradition from Hong Kong back to US over NSA Prism revelations

Fears for fate of Edward Snowden as politician warns that extradition treaty with the United States will be observed

William Hague says he has a ‘high level of confidence’ that British spies do not ‘indiscriminately trawl’ through people’s emails

Prism scandal: Foreign Secretary William Hague's vagueness on US spying fails to reassure MPs and public over covert GCHQ deal with NSA

Civil liberties groups say Government’s approach to secrecy is similar to that of China

The site of the former Elm Guest House in Barnes. Two men have been arrested in connection with child abuse allegations relating to a guest house in south London during the 1980s

Police reveal scale of Elm Guest House investigation into alleged paedophile ring

Scotland Yard is pursuing more than 300 lines of inquiry in its investigation into allegations that a VIP paedophile ring abused children in care during the 1980s.

William Hague

William Hague: Law-abiding Britons have nothing to fear from GCHQ

The Foreign Secretary will appear before the House of Commons tomorrow to try to allay concerns about the Prism spy scheme which enables the USA’s spy agency to mine data from Facebook and other web companies

It is claimed that GCHQ has had access to Prism for at least three years

MPs to quiz Americans over UK's role in email spying

Intelligence and Security Committee will ask how much GCHQ knew about data-mining operation

Prism scandal: Agency to reveal US links 'shortly' after claims that thousands of Britons may have been spied on by GCHQ

Disclosure triggers civil liberties storm as the information-sharing agreement had not been made known to Parliament or the public as accusations raise ethical and legal concerns over direct access to 'millions' of web users

9 September: trial date set for Andy Coulson and Rebekah Brooks

The trail of News International's former chief executive Rebekah Brooks, her husband Charles, the former News of the World editor and Downing Street communications chief, Andy Coulson, and others linked to an alleged illegal phone hacking conspiracy, will begin on 9 September.

Scotland Yard 999 call worker arrested in corrupt payments probe

38-year-old is 67th person to be held under Operation Elvedon

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