It's looking like Fox could be involved in some phone hacking also:
According to former Fox News executive Dan Cooper, whose gripes with his former employer run quite deep after being fired in 1996, Fox News chief Roger Ailes allegedly had him design the so-called "Brain Room" to facilitate counter-intelligence efforts and other "black ops."
In a lengthy 2008 diatribe said to have doubled as a book pitch, Cooper claimed his own phone records had been hacked by Fox News employees, who he says used them to pinpoint him as a source used by David Brock, who founded liberal watchdog group Media Matters.
"Ailes knew I had given Brock the interview," he wrote. "Certainly Brock didn't tell him. Of course. Fox News had gotten Brock's telephone records from the phone company, and my phone number was on the list. Deep in the bowels of 1211 Avenue of the Americas, News Corporation's New York headquarters, was what Roger called the Brain Room. Most people thought it was simply the research department of Fox News. But unlike virtually everybody else, because I had to design and build the Brain Room, I knew it also housed a counterintelligence and black ops office. So accessing phone records was easy pie."
Given what's happening in London, this report must be taken very seriously. It's time for congressional hearing and a full blown investigation by the Justice Department. If News Corp is found to have engaged in this highly illegal activity, Ruppert Murdoch, Roger Ailes and anyone else involved must be prosecuted to the fullest extent and News Corp must be taken over by the government and broken up. If that doesn't happen then why even say we are nation of justice?