It seems that people are obsessed with celebrities. Celebrity passports are no exception. A US Department of State passport agency employee who worked at the San Francisco passport office was charged with 3 counts of exceeding authorized computer access.
The 24 year passport agency employee, Richard G. Macias retired in May. However, records show that before retirement peeked at sometimes printed out passport applications of more than 100 celebrities.
Records show that between 2003 and 2009, Macias improperly logged on to the State Department’s passport records system 168 times. During these unauthorized logins he viewed the passport applications of actors, models and musicians. In 88 of those occasions when Macias viewed the celebrity passport applications, he printed them.
While there are no records of Macias selling these print outs to 3rd parties, it is still illegal for a passport employee to even look at unauthorized records – let alone print them out.
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