Leveson Inquiry: Whistleblower 'discovered' phone hacking in 1999
A mobile phone salesman told the Leveson Inquiry into media ethics how he inadvertently discovered in 1999 that mobile phone voicemail could be hacked by anyone.
Steve Nott said he tried to give the story to several tabloid newspapers, none of which published his account.
06 Dec 2011
- From the section UK