UPDATED: The UK parliamentary committee charged with looking into the phone-hacking scandal at Rupert Murdoch’s now-shuttered News Of The World released its findings this morning. Shortly thereafter, News Corp said it was “carefully reviewing” the report. In today’s earlier statement it also said: “The Company fully acknowledges significant wrongdoing at News Of The World and apologizes to everyone whose privacy was invaded.” Below is News Corp’s latest response:

News Corp Phone HackingNEW YORK, NY – May 1, 2012 — Hard truths have emerged from the Select Committee Report: that there was serious wrongdoing at the News of the World; that our response to the wrongdoing was too slow and too defensive; and that some of our employees misled the Select Committee in 2009.

News Corporation regrets, however, that the Select Committee’s analysis of the factual record was followed by some commentary that we, and indeed several members of the committee, consider unjustified and highly partisan. These remarks divided the members along party lines.

We have already confronted and have acted on the failings documented in the Report: we have conducted internal reviews of operations at newspapers in the United Kingdom and indeed around the world, far beyond anything asked of us by the Metropolitan Police; we have volunteered any evidence of apparent wrongdoing to the authorities; and, we have instituted sweeping changes in our internal controls and our compliance programs on a world-wide basis, to help ensure that nothing like this ever happens again anywhere at News Corporation.

As we move forward, our goal is to make certain that in every corner of the globe, our company acts in a manner of which our 50,000 employees and hundreds of thousands of shareholders can be justly proud.

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