NZ: Parole Board admits to privacy breach

Anan Zaki reports:

The Parole Board has admitted to a privacy breach after one of its members lost a portable memory drive.

The member travelled on an Air New Zealand flight from Dunedin to Hamilton on 13 November, when they lost the drive.

New Zealand Parole Board chair Sir Ron Young told RNZ in a statement the drive was yet to be retrieved.

It contained personal information relating to 37 offenders and one victim.

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