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 November 3, 2016  Breaches, Non-U.S.

Two former editors of gossip magazine Se og Hør could each face two years in prison for their roles in what is widely considered to be Denmark’s largest ever media scandal.

Former editor and one of Denmark’s most prominent political commentators, is accused of masterminding the illegal monitoring of credit cards belonging to Danish royals and celebrities.

“Qvortup was the man who got the idea and arranged the illegal agreement,” prosecutor Henrik Uhl Pedersen said in Glostrup District Court on Thursday, according to news agency Ritzau.

Read more on The Local – Denmark

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