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'This model sends back a pre-recorded message to any hacker.'
'I can't even remember how I knew who'd been naughty or nice before I discovered hacking.'
'Don't worry if you don't know the rules -- we're making it up as we go along ...'
Steve Coogan on phone hacking.
'We are all accountable, but some are more accountable than others.'
News vendors selling their respective newspapers. The News of the World vendor is selling the Big Issue.
'Perhaps you could tell us HOW you know if we've been bad or good?'
'What kind of agent are you if you can't even get my phone hacked?'
"We won't help the FBI hack our phones. If they want our customers' personal information, they'll have to pay for it like everybody else."
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'So what's the truth about you and the Prince Snow White? Maybe not so White from what we know?'
'Exactly how close did you get to the sun, Mr Icarus?'
Who reports on the reporters?
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Newscorp hacks into itself.
F.B.I. An equal opportunity phone tapper without regard to race, sex, or national origin.
'I think its being tapped.'
'I feel I have a calling.' - 'Do you think Rupert Murdock hacked it?'
'Arthur I don't think the Editor mean't that! When he said hack into some phones.'
"Jim they have go other ways of doing that these days."
'With all this fuss should we buy a typewriter in case we get raided?'
The Daily Planet: The Newspaper that listen to you.
"It says here an increasing number of Brits blog and tweet in Afrikaans. Why?"
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