UK constable charged over computer breach

The BBC reports:

A policewoman has been charged with looking up information in police systems for “non-policing purposes”.

PC Karen Murray, 29, from Glasgow, is accused of breaching the data protection act at Pollok police office last year and in 2004.

She is accused of accessing Strathclyde Police’s Scottish Intelligence Database and Crime Management System to look up personal data for non-policing reasons.

At Glasgow Sheriff Court, her case was continued without plea until October.

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