Personal information of 144,000 Canadians mishandled by federal bureaucracies

Sam McGriskin reports:

The personal information of 144,000 Canadians has been mishandled by federal departments and agencies over the last two years according to the House of Commons figures.

CBC News reported that the Privacy Commissioner’s office noted that they saw “strong indications of systemic under-reporting.”

Many people who were affected by the privacy breaches were not notified.

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