Terror victim's father levels new charge at Murdoch paper - CNN.com
A scandal around media baron Rupert Murdoch's flagship British Sunday tabloid widened Wednesday, with the father of a bomb victim saying his phone may have been hacked and Prime Minister David Cameron calling the allegations "absolutely disgusting."
"We are no longer talking about politicians and celebrities but murder victims, potentially terrorist victims. It's absolutely disgusting what has taken place," Cameron said in the House of Commons. "I think everyone in this house and country will be revolted by what they've heard and seen on their TV screens."
News International owns the News of the World, plus the Sun, the Times and the Sunday Times in Britain.
Murdoch's media empire also encompasses Fox News, the Wall Street Journal, the New York Post and Harper Collins publishers.