Data Theft – T-Mobile 2nd Conviction

Darren Hames aged 38, from Staffordshire, who used to work for T-Mobile UK pleaded guilty at Warrington Crown Court to having sold confidential customer information from the telecom operator to third parties.

Darren Hames was found guilty under Section 55 of the Data Protection Act. Sentancing will not occur until the New Year (2011). The first man convicted in relation to this incident was David Turley, of Birmingham, 39,

The ICO statement on Hames


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One Response to “Data Theft – T-Mobile 2nd Conviction”

  1. Data Theft – T-Mobile 1st Conviction « Where is Your Data? Says:

    […] of the Data Protection Act at Chester Crown Court Un July 2010. A second former T-Mobile employee, Darren Hames, of Staffordshire, 38, will enter his pleas in relation to his alleged role in the theft on 23 […]


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