NZ: Bank staff exposed for using private information to stalk

Rob Stock reports:

“Employee browsing” is a term for when bank staff access customers’ private information for their own uses.

And Privacy Commissioner John Edwards says banks aren’t doing enough to prevent it.

Following the publication on Monday of a review of bank conduct by the Financial Markets Authority and Reserve Bank of New Zealand, Edwards said banks must do more to protect the privacy of their customers.

Read more on Stuff.

I don’t call it “employee browsing.” I call it “snooping.”

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