Member of hacking group Anonymous UK "raped woman in Occupy London campsite on steps of St Paul"s"

Member of hacking group Anonymous UK 'raped woman in Occupy London campsite on steps of St Paul's' Malcolm Blackman, 45, allegedly raped the woman twice in her tentActivist frequently spoke to the media during the anti-capitalist protestHe tied victim's hands behind her back with cable ties in attack, court hearsBlackman spoke to the media on behalf of Anonymous, Old Bailey is told By Rob Cooper PUBLISHED: 10:32 GMT, 25 April 2013 | UPDATED: 12:57 GMT, 25 April 2013 'Attack': Malcolm Blackman, 45, allegedly twice raped a woman inside the Occupy London protest camp A member of the notorious 'hacktivist' group Anonymous UK raped a woman twice inside the Occupy London camp, a court heard.

Milly Dowler police who failed to investigate phone hacking claims in 2002 are let off with a warning

Senior Surrey police officers suffered 'collective amnesia' over hacking of Milly Dowler’s phone… but got let off with 'words of advice' despite failing to actIPCC finds Surrey's senior officers knew of crime in 2002 but ignored it 'Senior officers appear to have been afflicted by a form of collective amnesia'Craig Denholm and Maria Woodall were accused of knowing for a decade Lack of evidence means that misconduct charges against them are droppedBut Surrey Police still take 'management action' against the serving officers /11/03/article-2227215-005799A400000258-131_634x891.jpg” width=”634″ height=”891″ alt=”Tributes: Craig Denholm (left) stands with Bob and Sally Dowler, Milly's parents, who said because her voicemail messages disappeared they believed she was alive – in fact her her phone had been hacked” class=”blkBorder” /> Tributes: Craig Denholm (left) stands with Bob and Sally Dowler, Milly's parents, who said because her voicemail messages disappeared they believed she was alive – in fact her her phone had been hacked Mr Denholm was disciplined by Surrey for failing to 'assess material sent to him' and Ms Woodall for not 'making the connection between the convictions for phone-hacking in 2007 and the events of 2002'.

Leveson Report: Editors agree on new regulation system for Press

Editors agree on new regulation system for Press The editors have been in talks following David Cameron's warning to rapidly agree on framework for a tough new regulatorThe regulator will have power to issue fines, require prominent apologies and investigate alleged wrongdoing Lord Hunt and Lord Black are working on behalf of editors to implement the Leveson proposals | UPDATED: 22:59 GMT, 6 December 2012 Newspaper editors last night announced they have agreed to put in place the broad principles outlined in the Leveson Report. The editors have been in talks this week following David Cameron’s warning that they must make rapid progress on agreeing the framework for a tough new regulator, which will have the power to issue fines, require prominent apologies and investigate alleged wrongdoing. Two peers – Lord Hunt and Lord Black – will work on behalf of the editors on the implementation of the Leveson proposals and will give full details to the Government ‘very shortly’.

Leveson inquiry: Judge insists officers acted with integrity over phone hacking probe

Day the police got out of jail: Lord Leveson insists officers acted with integrity over phone hacking probeOfficers had been accused of turning blind eye to phone hacking carried out by News of the World journalistsLord Justice Leveson: A ‘series of poor decisions, poorly executed’ had contributed to this idea taking holdHe accepted force’s argument it was under pressure to devote resources to thwarting terrorist attacks when original decision was taken in 2006 | UPDATED: 23:45 GMT, 29 November 2012 Police conducted themselves with 'integrity' at all times during the original phone hacking investigation, Lord Justice Leveson ruled Police conducted themselves with ‘integrity’ at all times during the original phone hacking investigation, Lord Justice Leveson ruled. In the months of fevered speculation leading up to the inquiry being called, officers had been accused of turning a blind eye to the industrial scale of the phone-hacking carried out by News of the World journalists

Cameron and Clegg split over future of the Press ahead of Lord Leveson"s report

Cameron and Clegg in unprecedented split over future of the Press ahead of Lord Leveson's report | UPDATED: 23:20 GMT, 28 November 2012 The Coalition was heading for an unprecedented split last night after David Cameron and Nick Clegg clashed over the future of Press regulation. As Lord Justice Leveson prepared to deliver his verdict today in the wake of the phone hacking scandal, the Prime Minister and his deputy were locked in talks over how to respond.