Canada Revenue Agency logs 2,338 privacy breaches in just under 2 years

Monique Scotti reports:

The personal, confidential information of over 80,000 individual Canadians held by the Canada Revenue Agency may have been accessed without authorization over the last 21 months, according to government documents made public last week.

But while the number of potential privacy breaches may be eye-popping, the CRA is downplaying the seriousness of most of them.

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