Obviously, by now you've heard about the News of the World phone-hacking scandal. If you're an eDiscovery professional, then you'll find the lede buried all the way in paragraph nineteen:
"On Saturday, the Guardian newspaper, which has led the reporting on the scandal, said Scotland Yard was investigating evidence that a News International executive may have deleted millions of internal e-mails to obstruct the phone-hacking probe. The company denies the allegation." [italics/bold added]
If the allegation turns out to be true, I only have one question. When will they ever learn?