Prince Harry: judge rules ‘extensive’ phone hacking carried out by Mirror Group papers | #hacking | #cybersecurity | #infosec | #comptia | #pentest | #hacker

Prince Harry has won nearly half of his claims of phone hacking and unlawful information-gathering against the Daily Mirror publisher in a ruling that could have “profound implications” for British media and the royal family.

The Duke of Sussex sued Mirror Group Newspapers (MGN) for damages, claiming journalists at its papers “were linked to methods including phone hacking, so-called ‘blagging’ or gaining information by deception, and use of private investigators for unlawful activities”, said the Daily Mirror. At the High Court, Mr Justice Fancourt ruled in favour of Harry on 15 claims, awarding him £140,600 in damages – “just under a third of the £443,000 he’d asked for”, said the newspaper. 


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