A former EE employee was fired after it was discovered he accessed the personal data of an ex-partner without her consent, BBC News reports. Francesca Bonafede contacted EE after her phone stopped working. When she visited an EE shop, she found out someone requested a new SIM card and switched the account to a new device. Bonafede said the address of the person who changed the account belonged to her ex-partner. Bonafede cited EE for its failure to take the incident seriously. The man contacted Bonafede several times and was ultimately arrested. "This matter has been dealt with internally and the employee involved no longer works for us," an EE spokesman said. "While we worked quickly to protect Francesca, we apologise for not keeping her informed of the actions that we took during this time."
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