Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Supermarket Employee Charged Over Payroll Data Theft

A supermarket employee arrested in March 2014 for stealing 100,000 of fellow employees' personal data has now been charged with fraud.

He has been charged with an offence under the Computer Misuse Act and another under the Data Protection Act, according to the UK's Crown Prosecution Service.

"[He was] charged with fraud after an investigation into the theft of payroll data from the supermarket firm relating to thousands of members of staff." - The Telegraph and Argus
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Sources:
(a) Employee at Bradford-based Morrisons faces fraud charge over staff data theft - www.TelegraphAndArgus.co.uk, 11/11/2014

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