The phone-hacking scandal seems to have everything: tabloids chasing celebrities, celebrities suing news organizations, police getting bribes, politicians cozying up to media moguls, media moguls questioned at Parliamentary hearings, and a media mogul’s wife showing off her mean left hook vs. a pie-throwing, tweeting comedian. It has certainly set social media, cable TV (except for Fox News) and mass media on fire for the past few weeks. But have you reached your limit? Can you take no more? What’s your current interest in the scandal now? Share your thoughts in our poll below, or in the comments.
It's a tangled web of connections in the phone-hacking scandal. The Guardian helps untangle it with "this great graphic":http://www.guardian.co.uk/news/datablog/interactive/2011/jul/19/who-knew-who-phone-hacking.
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