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Category: Electronic Disclosure
25 October, 2012
The boss of Trinity Mirror Simon Fox will launch an internal investigation into allegations that the company was involved in phone hacking.
After sustained pressure from major shareholders, the in-house Mirror Group inquiry will hope to get to the bottom of any role the firm and/or its employees have played in the scandal that has rocked the UK.
This comes after The Independent revealed on Tuesday (October 23rd) that Scotland Yard is holding evidence that a senior Mirror Group executive regularly paid a private investigations firm for mobile phone numbers and private pin access codes.
It is estimated that this practice began at least two years before phone hacking became a routine practice at the News of the World.
Nevertheless, it is expected that the Mirror Group investigation will be more limited than those carried out inside News International, which unearthed a myriad of illegal activity in the company as part of an extensive e-disclosure exercise.
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