Highly-sensitive telephone conversations on Scotland Yard's anti-terrorist hotline have been recorded by hackers.
The force said it launched an investigation today after being made aware that the phone calls might have been breached.
A force statement said: "We are aware of an issue whereby telephone conversations relating to the anti-terror hotline were recorded.
"Officers are currently looking into the matter and appropriate action will be taken."
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