Brexit: Home Office sorry for EU citizen data breach

Add this to any  list of things  requiring an apology? Ross Hawkins reports:

The Home Office has apologised to hundreds of EU citizens seeking settled status in the UK after accidentally sharing their details.

It blamed an “administrative error” for sending an email that revealed 240 personal email addresses – a likely breach of the Data Protection Act.

The department may now have to make an apology in Parliament.

Read more on BBC.

About the author: Dissent

Comments are closed.