Guelph notifying staff whose private information was compromised

Tony Saxon reports that Guelph employees affected by a breach last month are being notified. The breach – an erroneous disclosure of employee information – has already cost the city’s CAO his job.

Early last month over 50,000 email items were accidentally given to a former city employee as part of an ongoing $1 million wrongful dismissal lawsuit early last month.

Court documents claim that included on a flash drive handed over to former building official Bruce Poole were many documents containing private and confidential information regarding city employees, including at least 30 performance reviews of staff.

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