When people rush out to buy newspapers that plaster the secrets of people's sex lives, and medical records, and interior décor, and unannounced pregnancies, and private walks in their dead daughter's last steps, where do they think they come from?
Hi. I'm Hacking. Not Hacking Cough. Not Hack's License. Those are common mistakes. I'm just Hacking. My full name, really, is, "Using Illicit Means to Access Private Information With a Computer," but I go by Hacking for short.
The politicians have shown us what is possible when they harness public outrage, have shown us how an over-reaching bully like Murdoch can be beaten into a retreat. We need the same with the banks and we need it more urgently than any problems deriving from News International.
With the latest revelation that News Of The World hacked into the voicemail of Milly Dowler, a 13-year-old schoolgirl who was abducted and subsequently murdered in 2002, it seems that it has gone too far over the proverbial bridge.