Two convicted of tracking credit card history of Danish royal family


Five founded guilty in general after previous staff member of payment business passed card records to chatter publication editor

A previous worker of a previous chief and a payment-processing business editor of a chatter publication were founded guilty on Thursday of unlawfully accessing charge card deals and utilizing them to track celebs and members of the Danish royal household for 4 years.

Bo Henriksen, who acquired details through his previous task with the Nets business, was imprisoned for 18 months, while Henrik Qvortrup, previously the chief editor of Se og Hr publication, was offered 18 months. In addition, another chief editor and 2 press reporters were provided sentences varying from 4 to 12 months. All had actually rejected the charges and Henriksen has actually lodged an appeal.

One of the press reporters, Ken B Rasmussen, composed in a 2014 book that press reporters utilized details from a secret source with access to a card-payment business computer systems.

Qvortrup negotiated with Henriksen, who was paid 10,000 kroner (1,140) a month. In between 2008 and 2012, Henriksen offered the publication with information about the charge card usage of 135 Danish royals and celebs.

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