Former Home Secretary David Blunkett has told ITV News the phone hacking victims whose cases were used as evidence at the high-profile trial had "become victims all over again".
Mr Blunkett, whose case was used at the Old Bailey, said: "I think the tragedy of what has happened is that 10 years on, those who were victims of criminality have been victims once again of the intrusion into their private lives.
"The material that's had to be used to obtain justice, and I'm very pleased that justice has been done in this particular case, it has been at a terrible price.
"The price has been... those private messages have been re-run in public and therefore they've become, if you like, victims all over again."
The father of a July 7 bombings victim told ITV News he was taken "back to that time" when he was told his phone may have been hacked.
Sienna Miller has exclusively told ITV News that being a victim of phone hacking damaged her "personally", her relationships and her career.