Jul 062011
 July 6, 2011  Posted by  Breaches, Non-U.S.

Nigel Bunyan reports:

Statistics disclosed under the Freedom of Information Act reveal that in 2008 there were 42 breaches of data protection laws by officers at Merseyside Police.

The following year – including the period in which Gerrard was prosecuted over an alleged affray in a nightclub – there were 152 breaches.

Merseyside Police said the rise was a result of officers and staff accessing confidential documents about Steven Gerrard’s arrest.

Read more on The Telegraph.

I wonder what the snoop rate was in the Casey Anthony case here.

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