Saskatchewan privacy commissioner investigates potential breach of hunting licensing system

There was one email breach involving guns in Australia but also one email breach involving guns in Canada this week. Jonathan Guignard reports:

Saskatchewan’s privacy commissioner is investigating a potential privacy breach involving the province’s hunting, angling, and trapping licence system (HAL system).

The province said the incident occurred on Jan. 7 when an email regarding Hunter Harvest surveys was sent to HAL customers from a third-party agency called Aspira.

Aspira sent an email that contained the customer name and HAL account identification number to about 33,000 email addresses.

Read more on GlobalNews.

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