Ca: More veterans sound alarm over serious privacy breaches

Murray Brewster reports:

More veterans are coming forward with claims their private medical information was distributed or widely accessed by federal bureaucrats in what some say were attempts to smear reputations.

At least three new cases came to light Tuesday, widening a privacy scandal triggered by veterans activist Sean Bruyea who acquired hundred of pages of government documents that improperly divulge his confidential medical and psychiatric files.

Read more in the Globe and Mail.

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