writes "Executives at Rupert Murdoch's News Corp.-owned papers (including current Tory spokesman Andy Coulson) allowed reporters to hack into phone conversations of celebrities and then paid hundreds of thousands of dollars to cover it up. How did famously technologically-challenged reporters manage the feat without BT catching on? Voicemail."
The New York Times says a preliminary investigation's been ordered
, but the BBC's coverage indicates that a large-scale inquiry is unlikely