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Man sues DNR over license data breach

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MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — A Washington County resident whose records were accessed by a Department of Natural Resources employee has filed a lawsuit in federal court.

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Jeffrey Ness is one of about 5,000 people whose driving or motor vehicle records were accessed without authorization. His complaint seeks class-action status, and is believed to be the first to come out of the data breach.

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