The New Zealand Herald reports:
Vulnerable university students had their privacy breached in an email asking them to rate their experiences with counselling services.
Dozens of Massey University students’ email addresses and names were visible in the message sent last month, in what the Privacy Commissioner’s office said was a breach of private information.
A Massey administrator in Wellington carbon-copied 68 recipients in the email, asking recipients to give feedback to develop “an even better counselling service” for students in future.
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