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# psni data breach

This year
PSNI fined £750,000 over severe data breach that saw staff personal details published online
Last year
PSNI arrest man in connection with data breach affecting up to 10,000 police and staff
The PSNI controversies that have dogged Chief Constable Simon Byrne
Two men arrested in Derry over poster ‘linking names to PSNI’
Man (50) due in court for possessing documents following PSNI data breach
PSNI investigate loss of laptop and notebook as man arrested in probe following major data breach
Explainer: Why is the PSNI data breach so serious?