Ca: Tax agency staffer gone after taxpayer data leaks to CSIS

Alison Crawford reports:

No one’s saying much about what happened and who’s been held accountable for several breaches of taxpayer privacy at the Canada Revenue Agency.

The privacy breaches came to light last week in the annual report of the watchdog for CSIS, Canada’s spy agency. The report described how intelligence officers, repeatedly and without a warrant, improperly obtained taxpayers’ information.

The Security Intelligence Review Committee found there were “multiple instances of a particular CSIS office obtaining information.”

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