Ca: Toronto residents’ data improperly shared with councillor’s office in privacy breach

David Rider reports:

More than 7,000 Torontonians are being told their personal information was improperly disclosed to a city councillors’ office, the Star has learned.

In a March 17 letter to 7,227 people in a program for senior citizens and disabled people who receive free sidewalk snow clearing, Vincent Sferrazza, a city transportation director, tells them of an “inadvertent disclosure,” which included their names, addresses and their status as either a senior citizen or disabled person.

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