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https://t.co/sNo0OnDGav Grant name-checked former Mirror Group editors Piers Morgan, Richard Wallace, Tina Weaver, Neil Wallis, Mark Thomas and James Scott, saying that «phone-hacking and other unlawful information-gathering took place on an industrial scale.» He added that Weaver, Wallace, Thomas and Scott «were all phone-hackers themselves» and said Morgan and Wallis were «so incompetent as to not to know the real source of scores of exclusives that they published, or they were complicit in the criminal conduct.» In court, Grant’s lawyer, Anjlee Saigol, alleged that Mirror Group Newspapers (MGN) misused Grant’s information retrieved by hacking his voicemails, masquerading as other people and surveillance between 1998 and 2009, reports the BBC.  MGN admitted to unlawfully obtaining Grant’s information

Hugh Grant has settled his phone-hacking lawsuit against Mirror Group Newspapers in London. The actor, who will be paid a reported six figures for the settlement, will donate the money to the anti-hacking advocacy group Hacked Off.  The «Paddington»...
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Two dozen «artists» — Graceland doesn’t like the word «impersonator» — made it to Memphis by winning preliminary contests around the United States and abroad

Finals for the contest sanctioned by Graceland’s management company, Elvis Presley Enterprises Inc. (EPE), are set for Friday at the end of a week-long celebration marking the 30th anniversary of Presley’s death. The contest marks a big change...
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