UK: Police officer denies data breach

A police officer has appeared in court charged with “recklessly obtaining information” from Devon and Cornwall Constabulary files about a woman – 96 times.

Paul Meseg, aged 50, entered a not guilty plea when he appeared before magistrates in Plymouth yesterday.

It is alleged that, while working in Tiverton and at stations in East Devon, Meseg used computers for his own purposes, in contravention of the Data Protection Act.

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