Even more news has come up regarding the Rubert Murdoch macabre of journalism.
It has become evident now that reporters for News International's Sunday Times and Sun spied on former Prime Minister Gordon Brown.
Everything from the Brit's bank account to family medical records were illegally obtained for the purpose of getting some 'good dish.'
Nick Davies and David Leigh from The Guardian have reported that Times, Sun, and News of the World reporters and their private investigators followed Brown ruthlessly for over a decade.
They used information collected to then report private details including the news of his son's cystic fibrosis.
This shady web has caused News Corp's stock to go down more than seven percent today.
Not only that, but the lawyers suing the company have updated their complaint, accusing the board of "willfully ignoring illicit news-gathering practices."
Murdoch has since made a couple of desperate PR moves, but we don't think anything can help at this point.
People never tend to forget when their privacy is invaded - especially for the purpose of something so seedy.
We've already filled you in on our opinion of this disgusting news, so we won't rant anymore.
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