James Stunt exposes ‘The Sun’ for nefariously hacking his YouTube account reports Matthew Steeples
Aside from his own iPhone telephone device, listed on screen were the details of my own iPhone (which is not odd given I reside in the same property), a Samsung belonging to an employee and also one other. That piece of apparatus? Listed there was an entity described as “iPhone (The sun)” and weirdly, despite him not having an account, a Facebook profile appeared also in a remote accessing manner. The cursor subsequently most curiously moved around the screen without anyone touching the remote control.
Given Mr Stunt has had no visitors from that publication in his premises in the time since setting up this particular social media account, the businessman justifiably contacted the Rupert Murdoch owned publication about how this could be. He has tellingly yet to receive a response in spite of the fact that the controller of The Sun’s WhatsApp “Send Us Your Stories” account now has a double blue ticked next to the private missive he sent them.
Today we say: Mr Murdoch – It is time for some answers. This time you cannot hide behind Wendi Deng’s coattails.