CRA spends millions but fails to stop tax workers from snooping on Canadians, documents show

Dean Beeby reports:

Canada Revenue Agency workers continue to snoop on the confidential tax files of businesses, acquaintances and others, despite at least $10.5 million spent so far to try to stop them.

CBC News has uncovered nine significant cases reported since Jan. 1 in which tax workers improperly poked around the government’s electronic records to extract sensitive private information about income, deductions, benefits, payments and employment.

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