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The Guardian
December 3, 2011
Sir Paul McCartney calls for privacy law after learning his phone was hacked

The singer believes journalists listened to phone calls and messages at the time of his divorce from Heather Mills.Sir Paul McCartney has called for a privacy law after the police showed him evidence that his phone was hacked.The Beatles star believes that journalists from several newspapers were listening to his phone calls and messages around the time of his divorce from his second wife, Heather Mills, in 2008.He said the invasion of his privacy had had a lasting effect: "I tend not to say much on the phone now. If I leave a message, it's benign."You edit yourself according to the new circumstances of the new world. I think it would be quite good to get some sort of laws."

http://www.guardian.co.uk/music/2011/dec/03/mccartney-privacy-law-phone-hacked?newsfeed=true

The Telegraph
December 4, 2011
Sir Paul McCartney 'had phone hacked'

Sir Paul McCartney has had his phone hacked and been shown the evidence by police, it has been reported.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/leveson-inquiry/8932864/Sir-Paul-McCartney-had-phone-hacked.html
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