Unauthorised RAC staffer harvested customer details then sold them to accident claims management company

An employee at emergency roadside rescue biz RAC has received an eight-month suspended prison sentence for unsanctioned access to computer systems that saw her sell customers’ data to an accident claims management company. Kim Doyle pleaded guilty to charges of conspiracy to secure unauthorised access to computer data and cashing in on RAC punters’ personal information that she passed to William Shaw, director of TMS (Stratopsphere), trading as LIS Claims.

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