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Sting nets state worker who allegedly sold private data

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Yvette Beler, a data-input worker for Secretary of State Jesse White, has been charged with selling personal data about auto owners to an informant of the federal government.

Beler allegedly accepted a series of $100 bribes in exchange for Social Security numbers, birth dates, addresses and driver’s license numbers. Beler also is charged with releasing liens from car titles so the vehicles could be sold with clear titles.

Note: As technology puts more data within the reach of more employees, companies must safeguard information just as they safeguard goods and cash. The Federal Trade Commission offers tips for creating and implementing a sound data security plan at

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