Peeking into private data

Peeking into private data

Tech September 25, 2016 09:30

arnhem - Dozens of employees who have access to databases containing particularly sensitive personal data being caught annually abuse their position of trust. They provide that info to acquaintances or even act in.

According to a survey by De Telegraaf. In absolute terms it is the most leaked to the Tax and an abuse of the position of trust. Last year the taxman caught 34 employees accordingly. A former employee of the Benefits department told The Associated Press earlier how colleagues looked extensively in the declaration of Dutch celebrities during the break.

At the Royal Military Police (Marechaussee) were there last year, seven employees from the lamp because they illegally rummaged in the system with, among other criminal records. This number is increasing by the Royal Military Constabulary.

Last week, the military court in Arnhem handled the affairs of a state trooper and a former employee. They looked for a colleague who was not authorized in the police system to see if the new friend had her sister's criminal record. When he realized he had checked the man complained. Four people were caught.

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