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Rogue Employees Sell World Cup Fans’ Passport Data

September 10th, 2010 09:35 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

An anonymous reader writes “Reports are coming in that the Information Commissioner’s Office has started investigating FIFA, the world football governing body, over allegations that details of thousands of World Cup fans’ — including their passport data — were accessed by one or more members of staff and then sold on the black market. It is alleged that the details of more than 35,000 English fans — who visited Germany for the 2006 World Cup — had their passport and allied data sold to ticket touts for marketing purposes.”

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