Phone hacking may have been viewed a harmless mischief when the targets were celebrities. Now that news is coming out about crime victims possibly suffering the same fate, Rupert Murdoch's News of the World is on the hot seat.
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Dummies and puppets representing Prime Minister David Cameron (L) and Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt (R) are held aloft by Rupert Murdoch at the launch of the campaign group Hacked off near Parliament on July 6 in London, England. The Prime Minister has promised that there will be a public inquiry into phone hacking carried out by journalists at The News of the World newspaper.