The News Corp. Phone-hacking Scandal

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We discuss the latest on the British phone-hacking scandal in light of Tuesday's claims by former Prime Minister Gordon Brown that Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. hired "known criminals" to gain access to his personal information.

Allegations emerged Monday that private investigators working for The Sun and The Sunday Times newspapers, owned by Mr. Murdoch's company, targeted the former prime minister to obtain bank details and his son's medical records.

Guests:

Phil Bronstein, editor-at-large for Hearst Newspapers and the San Francisco Chronicle

David Folkenflik, media correspondent for NPR

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