As the news of the world hacking scandal hits the world market, the IT major companies are also into it.
IT major HCL Technologies said they will corporate with the London police as the allegation probe out that destruction of data stored in Indian facility has also taken place by Rupert Murdoch-owned News International.
The controversy started when the News of the World, the subsidiary of News International, had been continuously hacking the phones of celebrities, government officials, and even the soldiers of the Iran and Afghanistan to publish stories on them for the personal benefit.
HCL claims that it has none of the data stored of News International in the past.
The leading newspaper publishing has been stopped from lat Sunday as it was 168-years-old.
The politicians now demand an investigation committee to ask, Mr Murdoch and Rebekah Brooks, chief executive of News International that whether they have attempted the data destruction in the storage facility in Chennai.
HCL in a statement from its Europe office said that they have not stored any data of News International in any part of the world. The News International was an existing client of the company IT infrastructure based on its outsourcing agreement. HCL is only co-operating the metropolitan police in request of the News International.
Report by Kushal Kumar