If Brooke Bass's lawyer follows through on his threat to sue agencies for $10,000 for each time they accessed his client's private driver's license data, her case could end up making Anne Marie Rasmusson's look like child's play.SEE ALSO: Anne Marie Rasmusson's settlement haul now over $1 million
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The state should increase its monitoring efforts and be more proactive when it comes to policing law enforcement abuse of motor vehicle records, according to a new report released by the legislative auditor's office.
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A Mankato-based law firm filed lawsuits this week against the Department of Human Services and the Department of Natural Resources alleging employees in both state agencies regularly breached the private data of Minnesotans.
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Attorneys for Anne Marie Rasmusson say they've struck a deal with the state in their client's data breach lawsuit that would put new safeguards into place to catch abusers of Minnesota's Driver and Vehicle Services database.
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Anne Marie Rasmusson will get more than $1 million after public officials inappropriately accessed her Driver and Vehicle Services database information hundreds of times over a number of years.SEE ALSO: White Bear Lake's sudden shrinkage: DNR sued by group demanding less water pumpingBut all the rou ... More >>
Avoiding any seven-figure settlements, the city of Minneapolis paid out a total of $868,000 in cases related to the police department last year, a sharp decrease from the $4.7 million in settlements and liability claims from 2011, city data shows.
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Anne Marie Rasmusson appeared on NBC's Today show this morning, where she discussed how unwanted attention from Minnesota cops continues to be such a concern, she plans to move out of state.
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Last month, the city of St. Paul agreed to pay Anne Marie Rasmusson -- the subject of our February cover story, "Is This Woman Too Hot to Have a Driver's License?" -- $385,000 to settle her invasion of privacy lawsuit. That came on top of a $280,000 settlement she reached with all other cities she s ... More >>
Anne Marie Rasmusson -- the subject of our February cover story, "Is This Woman Too Hot to Have a Driver's License?" -- will receive at least $665,000 to settle the invasion of privacy lawsuit she filed against the agencies, individual officers, and governing bodies that unlawfully accessed her pers ... More >>
More than six months after filing her lawsuit, the former St. Paul cop alleging one of the largest-known private data breaches in law enforcement history is naming names.
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Minneapolis' director of housing inspections, Tom Deegan, has been placed on administrative leave along with city housing inspector Michael Karney after the two were charged with misdemeanor counts of public employee misconduct.SEE ALSO: -- Anne Marie Rasmusson sues cops who accessed her record-- An ... More >>
The driver's license record of Anne Marie Rasmusson was accessed by law enforcement officers 174 times in 2006, according to state data obtained by City Pages, suggesting that one of the largest-known private data breaches by law enforcement goes deeper than previously realized.
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Today in federal court, attorneys for Anne Marie Rasmusson -- the subject of our February cover story "Is This Woman Too Hot to Have a Driver's License?" -- filed a lawsuit against the agencies, individual officers, and governing bodies involved in an audit of the Driver and Vehicle Services data ... More >>