The officer is accused of unauthorized access to and sharing of digital video files of candidate interviews for a department promotion. This may have violated new privacy laws that went into effect last year in the wake of reports of widespread snooping by police in the state's driver's license database.
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(a) St. Francis police officer subject of criminal investigation over possible data breach - www.StarTribune.com, 01/20/2015