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In a statement to a British court Thursday, Law said that reporters working for News International’s former paper News of the World had hacked his phone repeatedly between 2003 and 2006, including while he was at New York City’s JFK Airport.
Experts said that Murdoch essentially “waived the white flag” by agreeing to settle with Law and 35 other hacking victims including footballer Ashley Cole and former UK deputy premier John Prescott. In all, payments totalling $996,000 were announced.
“I changed my phones, I had my house swept for bugs but still the information kept being published. I started to become distrustful of people close to me,” he added. “No aspect of my private life was safe from intrusion.”
Originally posted by Qumulys
In other words, he was docked 1 hours pay.