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News of the World has apologized to Sienna Miller in court for having her voicemail hacked, Journalism.co.uk reported. In its statement, News of the World called the information “private information” that “should never have been published.”  The newspaper went on to admit it inappropriately used “private information” and harassed Miller.

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News of the World Gives Apology for Phone Hacking

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