Israeli border police officer indicted for leaking personal information

Noam Dvir reports on yet another “little” breach that could cause big harm to individuals involved:

A Border Police officer was on Wednesday indicted for abusing his authority and violating privacy, after he allegedly passed on a woman’s personal information to the far-right Lehava organization.

The incident took place in December 2014, when the officer in question, Matan Amichai, sent the personal details of two Jewish Israeli women to Lehava head Benzi Gopstein after he found them traveling to Eilat with two Arab men.

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