NZ: Commerce Commission obtains court order to protect ‘sensitive’ information from stolen computer

1NewsNow reports:

The Commerce Commission has obtained a Court order to help protect the confidentiality of sensitive information stored on a computer stolen from one of its external providers.

Police are investigating the theft after the Commission was informed last week that more than 200 meeting and interview transcripts across a range of the commission’s work were contained on computer equipment stolen in the burglary at a residential address.

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