Jeff Deal reports:
Investigators learned a worker at the Swan and Dolphin Resort on Walt Disney World property was snooping through personal information of others.
Investigators said 26-year-old Bryant Plosch, a security officer at the resort, was supposed to use the database to protect guests. Instead, officials said they caught him logging in from his home computer and going through files.
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Now what database did this resort have access to that has people’s Social Security numbers, home addresses and bank accounts? Sounds like a credit reporting database, but the reporter says that according to court records, “the resort uses the database to run license plates to match up with guests.” A credit report doesn’t have license plate numbers, or does it?