Police blogger sues The Times

Work-related blogs appear to have been caught up in the recent public enquiry on the newspaper industry, i.e. the illegal hacking into telephones and email accounts by journalists in the UK.

In this instance it is the owner of the NightJack blog - an anonymous work-related blog looking at police work that created a lot of media attention not that long ago.

Two stories on this matter appeared in The Guardian last week:

For police blogger NightJack, it wasn't a fair cop by Patrick Kinglsey.

NightJack blogger to sue the Times for damages by Owen Boycott.

I suppose it's a case of let's wait and see what come of it...

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