Ca: RCMP broke privacy laws by sharing medical histories of officers: report
Brian Hutchinson reports:
The RCMP committed a “serious privacy breach” and broke federal privacy laws when it shared sensitive medical information about five of its officers while throwing accusations at their psychologist, according to a privacy commissioner’s report written last month and obtained by the National Post.
The five Mounties went to the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada two years ago, after discovering the RCMP had submitted portions of their personal medical histories to the College of Psychologists of B.C.
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