I'm sure everyone in the UK is aware of the News of the World phone hacking stories, but hardly any of the coverage has been on the actual "hacking" and how they did it. It is in fact very trivial, and is not really hacking at all. The word "hacking" has many meanings, with Wikipedia even having an article on all the different definitions, but I doubt this particular hacking comes close to any of those. It isn't even "phone" hacking either; the reports managed to get hold of voicemails.
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