Dec 142009
 December 14, 2009  Posted by  Breaches

Connecticut officials say new measures are in place to deter state employees from browsing people’s confidential tax records.

The Department of Revenue Services says all workers caught snooping tax records without a legitimate reason will be referred for criminal prosecution, and taxpayers will now be notified when their tax information is improperly accessed.

Read more from the Associated Press in the Hartford Courant.

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