UK: Tesco call centre worker fined over customer data breach

So what do you think the penalty/fine should be for an employee wilfully emailing themselves customer data that they had no business copying and taking?  Jail time? A monetary penalty? Community service? Keep in mind that the defendant had to return from Lithuania to be sentenced. Sounds serious, right?

BBC reports that Thomas Wengierow, 47,  who had admitted a charge under the Data Protection Act committed when he worked at the company’s Baird Avenue centre in Dundee, has been fined  £230.


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