EE: Former Police Official Found Guilty of Leaking Personal Data

Meanwhile, in Estonia:

On Tuesday, Harju County Court found Alice Järvet, a former head of the analysis and planning bureau, guilty of leaking information from a police database.

Järvet was fined 9,398 euros and was suspended from police work for three years, court spokeswoman Kristina Ots told

In January, the public prosecutor made a second attempt at bringing charges against Järvet, as the first guilty verdict had been appealed by the Supreme Court last spring for being overly broad.

According to the indictment, Järvet twice disclosed private information regarding a person’s health, private life or business activity to an unauthorized individual in 2009.

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