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Verizon employee sold customer data for thousands of dollars

Don't look now, but a rogue Verizon employee was caught lifting customer data red handed. A man named Daniel Eugene Traeger is being charged in federal court for using his access to Verizon's server to retrieve both calling details and location data.
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