Credit unions demand assurances from Central Bank after data leak blunder

Charlie Weston reports:

A leading credit union body is seeking assurances from the Central Bank that it can protect the personal data of people who have to register with it.

The call from the Irish League of Credit Unions comes after the Central Bank mistakenly gave out the names and home addresses of credit union bosses.

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