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  • This is an undated photo of Danish reporter Ken B. Rasmussen .  Two former reporters and the publisher of a local gossip magazine face preliminary charges of violating privacy laws by illegally accessing personal information _ including credit card transactions that enabled them to track the movements of the Danish royals and celebrities for several years, police said Wednesday May 14, 2014.  Investigator Bent Isager-Nielsen says police searched the homes of Ken B. Rasmussen and Kasper Kopping and the headquarters of Aller media group behind Se og Hoer and the publishing house of Rasmussen, who described in a recent book explained how they followed Danish glitterati by using information from a former IBM employee with access to a card-payment company's computers.  (AP/Photo Jens Dresling/POLFOTO) DENMARK OUT

    Danish police widen celebrity snooping probe

    Danish police said Wednesday they are widening a probe into two former reporters and the publisher of a local gossip magazine, suspected of violating privacy laws by illegally accessing information - including credit card transactions - that enabled them to track Danish royals and celebrities for several years.

  • ASSOCIATED PRESS Investigator Svend Foldager of the Danish Police, talks to the media Wednesday Sept. 15, 2010, in Copenhagen, Denmark, regarding the man being held suspected  of setting off a small explosion in a Copenhagen hotel. Foldager stated that the man in their custody, refuses to confirm his identity but is "almost certainly" Lors Doukayev, a Chechen-born boxer who lives in Belgium.

    Suspect in bombing masks ID

    A bombing suspect who is accused of blowing up a hotel toilet in Copenhagen, along with himself, is a one-legged amateur boxer who was born in insurgency-racked Chechnya and has shown what one scholar calls "highly professional" tradecraft in concealing his identity and purpose from Danish authorities.

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