Ca: Vaughan mayor wants to re-open e-mail snooping report

Caroline Grech reports:

A report looking into how Mayor Linda Jackson’s e-mails ended up on the doorstep of former Mayor Michael Di Biase’s doorstep during the heated 2006 municipal election campaign has finally been made public.

The report, obtained by the Vaughan Citizen, concluded the hacking of Ms Jackson’s e-mail was not due to an outside breach of the city’s system, but it also could not conclude how the inside job was done.

According to the report, conducted by Deloitte Touche Investigative Services Inc., former commissioner of economic/technology development and communications Frank Miele had asked the city’s chief information officer, Dimitri Yampolsky, to review the mayor’s e-mails for the months of April and August 2006.


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