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Newspaper apologises and admits voicemail hacking

News International, which owns the News of the World newspaper, has admitted liability in a number of 'voicemail hacking' cases. Several claimants have been offered an apology; the company is also setting up a compensation fund to pay claims.

Allegations of unauthorised access to mobile phone voicemail accounts first came to light in 2006, when a News of the World reporter was arrested.

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UK police officers can now identify a stolen mobile phone IMEI in seconds

Front-line police officers 'on the beat' will soon only need a few seconds to check whether a mobile phone has been stolen. A new process developed by the National Policing Improvement Agency comes into effect on Monday, giving officers the ability to directly access the National Mobile Phone Register from a handheld device.

Around 54,000 officers across the UK currently use handheld computers in their work.

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