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There is bizarre juxtaposition of stories on the Guardian website this evening.

The third story on the home page is about James Harding’s evidence at the Leveson inquiry, and about the shame brought upon the Times by evidence of the paper’s involvement in email hacking:

Times hacking ‘withheld from court’

Editor James Harding apologises at Leveson inquiry for hacking of email that led to naming of police blogger.

And directly above it, 8mm away, is a piece about Russian politics that revels in its exclusive access to private emails allegedly hacked by a group calling itself the Russian arm of Anonymous:

‘Dirty tricks’ of pro-Putin group

Exclusive: Hacked emails show youth group paid bloggers to praise prime minister, opponents claim.
I’m not assuming that the Guardian was involved in the Russian hacking. But is no-one at the paper thinking about how these two stories relate?

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