Hacker loses phone secrecy court battle
CHEAM private investigator Glenn Mulcaire this week lost his Supreme Court battle to keep the identity of who instructed him to hack phones a secret.
Mr Mulcaire, of Alberta Avenue, had been attempting to avoid answering questions as part of civil litigation by victims of privacy breaches by the News Of The World.
The former AFC Wimbledon striker's legal team had argued he should not have to give "potentially incriminating answers" to questions asked in civil action at the High Court, and the appeal was made to protect his "legitimate legal interests".
But judges sitting on Wednesday ruled against him – meaning the identity of the person who instructed him to intercept voicemails may now have to be revealed.
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