For more than ten years ago, made the magazine See and Hear themselves illegal access to the EU parliament, Morten Helveg Petersen (R) credit card information.
And soon finds the politician whether he shall be entitled to reimbursement for the surveillance. The question of compensation is reached completely to the Supreme court, which on Wednesday takes the hole on the case.
- It can be difficult to understand how offensive it is that there have been other and looked at what I have used my credit card on and to and when, says Morten Helveg Petersen.
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Both the district court and the high court has refused to give compensation to Morten Helveg Petersen.
the high Court judged that he was not exposed to a systematic illegal surveillance. And therefore he had not claim reimbursement.
the Claim in the district court was of 250,000 crowns, in the court of appeal, it was lowered to 125,000 crowns, and in the Supreme court is the key of 75,000 crowns.
It was the so-called hush-hush-source, Peter Bo Henriksen, who fed the magazine with the information. The source had access to the celebrities of transactions through the credit card provider Nets.
In court, it emerged that the source provided information to See and Hear about Morten Helveg 11 times from June 2008 to september 2009.
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in addition to the Mets and other well-known also got the royals leaked information about their use of credit cards.
more Than 20 celebrities have claimed compensation, but the page has over half dropped their demands in the wake of the EU-politikerens judgment in the court of appeal.
At the moment, is the other known case put on hold, while waiting for the decision of the Supreme court. This was stated by their lawyer, Brian Larsen.
Morten Helveg has raised the claim for reimbursement against Aller Media, hush-hush-source and former editor-in-chief, Henrik Qvortrup.
the Costs of the proceedings in the city court and high court were imposed on Morten Helveg Petersen and the run up to 320.000 euros.
See and Hear-the scandal has been called the biggest medieskandale.
During the proceedings, it came to light that in total were hacked 906 information about credit card transactions in the period 24. June 2008 to 31. december 2011.
In a tilståelsessag in 2016 received bladhuset Aller Media a fine of ten million kronor.
A former news chief and a former redaktionschef were each sentenced to six months ' imprisonment.
a Few months after also got two former See and Hear managers, two former journalists on the weekly magazine and hush-hush-the source sentences.