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Category: Electronic Disclosure
26 July, 2012
Scotland Yard is investigating over 100 allegations of phone hacking, computer hacking and the improper accessing of records.
Deputy assistant commissioner Sue Akers told the Leveson inquiry that new electronic evidence suggests that News International staff were in possession of information taken from stolen mobile phones.
The information was dated to the latter half of 2010 and Ms Akers told the inquiry that mobile phone forensics experts will be called in to examine the contents of one device.
She explained that the police have gone back to Rupert Murdoch's internal inquiry team at the Management and Standards Committee to see if it was an isolated incident or if there are more cases.
It comes as Former News International chief executive officer Rebekah Brooks and former News of the World editor Andy Coulson, among a number of others, are to face charges over phone hacking.
Ms Brooks said she is distressed and angry at the charge and will vigorously defend herself against it.
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