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(From Guardian Unlimited)
Rupert Murdoch today defended the integrity of News International's journalism following the jailing of reporter Clive Goodman for hacking into the voicemail messages of three aides to the royal family.
Mr Murdoch denied Goodman's conspiracy with a private investigator represented the "tip of the iceberg" in newspaper behaviour.
"If you're talking about illegal tapping by a private investigator that is not part of our culture anywhere in the world, least of all in Britain", Mr Murdoch told MediaGuardian.co.uk.
Asked on a News Corporation results call if there was adequate protection in place to stop such a scandal …