Swiss Sentence Thief of Client Names From Swiss Bank to 3 years in Prison

A German computer scientist in Switzerland was sentenced to three years in prison, for stealing as an employee of Bank Julius Baer in Zurich, the data of 2,700 German and Dutch bank customers. Germany has been bribing employees of Swiss banks for names of German clients to get taxes. This criminal sentence is serious and is the first time one of these people are going to prison.