On release and publication some of the emails sent between NDS head of security Ray Adams and Lee Gibling, the missing founder of the now closed pirate site (now in Turkey), Thoic.com (The House Of Ill Compute), revealed NDS paid thousands of pounds into Gibling's personal bank account. He said he had been unaware Thoic was publishing ITV Digital's codes.
Concerning the Stephen Lawrence murder, the claims centre on former Met commander Ray Adams, who was a senior officer in the south London area where Stephen was murdered, and former detective sergeant John Davidson, who was a senior detective on the first, flawed investigation into the racist killing.
- Financial Times : Legal battles in secret world of set-top boxes
- Rupert's Raiders
- Rupert's Raiders 2
- Panorama, Ray Adams and lots more
- Stephen Lawrence murder: Met police report finds no evidence of corruption
- Murdoch security chief linked to TV piracy site
- Murdoch Security Chief Linked to Anti-Competitive Actions
- The Guardian, March 13, 2002: How codebreakers cracked the secrets of the smart card
- Canal + group files lawsuit against NDS to recover for acts of unfair competition
- NDS faces probe over TV hacking allegations
- Murdoch firm ordered to hand over documents in TV piracy row
- NDS said to have paid cash to piracy site - Email 'evidence' links News Corp. to ITV pirates
- All Canal+ Lawsuit documents
- Australian Financial Review article on Canal Plus lawsuit and history of NDS
- The murky world of Pay TV pirates
- Police investigate News Corporation for 'sabotaging rival to Sky'
- BBC Panorama Program : Murdoch's TV Pirates (March 2012)
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