Tusla fined €75,000 for three GDPR violations

Luke Irwin reports:

Tusla, Ireland’s child and family agency, has been fined €75,000 for three breaches of the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation).

It was found to have disclosed the personal information of children to unauthorised parties on three occasions.

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