AU: Foster care privacy breaches span more than a decade

Beau Donelly reports:

Victoria’s child-protection agency has been breaching the privacy of traumatised children and foster carers across the state for more than a decade and quietly paying them off or upgrading security at their homes if they find out about it.

Fairfax Media last month exposed a series of major security breachesout of the Department of Health and Human Services, with an investigation finding the protected addresses of at-risk children had recently been given to dangerous parents on numerous occasions.

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