London: There have been privacy violations including phone hacking
Prince Harry and famous singer Elton John appeared in the High Court in a case filed against the British media organization Associated Newspapers. They are fighting a legal battle against Associated Newspapers as the publishers of the allegations leveled against the Daily Mail newspaper. Harry said he saw “skepticism and skepticism” in the newspaper’s articles. However, the newspaper’s lawyer argued that all the allegations were baseless.
Harry is in Britain for the first time since the death of Queen Elizabeth. Crowds and media were waiting to see Harry, who arrived from California in the US.
In addition to Harry and Elton, actresses Sadie Frost, Liz Harley and David Furnish have sued Associated Newspapers, alleging that the newspaper tapped their phones and hired spies to monitor their private lives.
The petition alleges that apart from intercepting conversations on land phones, voice messages were intercepted and phone bills, health information and financial transactions were also intercepted.