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However, there was specific criticism levelled at the News of the World, and by implication, its owner, Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation.
Leveson said that "most responsible corporate entities would be appalled that employees were or could be involved in the commission of crime in order to further their business. Not so at the News of the World."
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