Hacking Trial Live Tweets – 30 Apr

Wednesday 30 April 2014

Summary
The Defence of Andy Coulson Continues
Counsel for Andy Coulson contines re-examination
Andy Coulson Defence Witness – Conal Austin
Conal Austin questioned by Counsel for Andy Coulson
Andy Coulson Defence Witness – Belinda Sharrier
Belinda Sharrier questioned by Counsel for Andy Coulson
Belinda Sharrier cross-examined by Counsel for Clive Goodman
Belinda Sharrier cross-examined by the Prosecution

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Hacking Trial Live Tweets – 29 Apr

Tuesday 29 April 2014

Summary
The Cross-Examination of Andy Coulson Continues
The Prosecution questions Coulson further on Phone Hacking
Dan Evans hacking of Daniel Craig
Clive Goodman and Royal Stories
Justice Saunders informs the Jury of Clive Goodmans health
Clive Goodman’s continued evidence will be delayed
Further Cross-Examination of Andy Coulson
The Prosecution questions Coulson on Hacking of Royal Aides
Coulson’s phone rings in the dock
The Calum Best Story
Justice Saunders explains remainder of the trial
Coulson questioned on the Arrests of Goodman and Mulcaire

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Hacking Trial Live Tweets – 28 Apr

Monday 28 April 2014

Summary
The Cross-Examination of Andy Coulson Continues
The prosecution questions Coulson on Thurlbeck and the Blunkett tapes
Coulson asked if he lied to Blunkett
Coulson’s contact with Brooks at the time of the Blunkett story
Coulson questioned on who knew about the tapes
Coulson Recruitment of Dan Evans
Turning Mobiles
Cash Payments to Place Police and the Green Books
The Gordon Taylor Story
The Charles Clarke Story
Budgets and Big Spends

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How we HACKED mobile voicemail without a PIN • The Register

Following a previous guest post on how personal rather than default PIN numbers could be accessed, here’s a recent piece from the Register which explains continuing loopholes in mobile telephone services, which allow hacking voicemails through spoofing the caller’s number.

It’s believed the infiltrated inboxes merely had default PINs, or passcodes that were far too easy to guess, allowing eavesdroppers to easily drop by. People were urged to change their number codes for their voicemail, but, as we shall see, that advice is useless – you simply don’t need to know a PIN to listen to someone’s messages.

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Those Rogue Reporter Emails

As Andy Coulson goes into another week of cross examination, I’m posting here some more the emails which have been cited again and again since the opening of the hacking trial. These are mainly courtesy of the BBC and Robin Brant.

Some of these emails were downloaded by Clive Goodman himself after his arrest on the 8th of August 2006. Others come the Harbottle and Lewis search of the following year, during Goodman’s employment claim against NI for unfair dismissal. The remainder are from police searches of the remaining NI email database

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Hacking Trial Live Tweets – 25 Apr

Friday 25 April 2014

Summary
The Cross-Examination of Andy Coulson Continues
Counsel for Clive Goodman continues questioning Andy Coulson
Coulson questioned on his consideration of resignation
The Prosecution Cross-Examine Andy Coulson
Coulson questioned about affair with Rebekah Brooks
Miskiw, Thurlbeck and the Milly Dowler Story
Police Interviews
Coulson’s Desk Diaries
School of Excellence and Dark Arts
Coulson questioned on the Milly Dowler Story
Coulson questioned on Glen Mulcaire
Neville Thurlbeck and the Blunkett voicemails

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Live-tweeting a high-profile trial: Q&A with Peter Jukes | Twitter Blogs

Live-tweeting a high-profile trial: Q&A with Peter Jukes | Twitter Blogs.

A former fiction writer and dramatist, @peterjukes has transformed himself into an independent journalist, especially by live-tweeting the UK’s high-profile phone hacking trial from the courtroom.

Since the UK bans all recording of any trial, people have used his Tweets as a main source of information. Jukes has seen his follower numbers grow by more than 700% since the trial began in October.

A former fiction writer and dramatist, @peterjukes has transformed himself into an independent journalist, especially by live-tweeting the UK’s high-profile phone hacking trial from the courtroom.

Since the UK bans all recording of any trial, people have used his Tweets as a main source of information. Jukes has seen his follower numbers grow by more than 700% since the trial began in October.

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