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The Australian radio station that broadcast a prank phone call to Kate Middleton's London hospital could face criminal charges, the Associated Press reported on Tuesday. The hoax last week was criticized around the world after two DJs from 2DayFM posed as Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Charles and tricked a nurse, who apparently committed suicide last Friday, into giving them confidential information about Middleton. They can now face charges for airing a private conversation without the permission of the participants. If convicted, 2DayFM or its parent company, Southern Cross Austereo, could face »

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