The Daily Echo has a follow-up on a previously noted breach:
A watchdog will take no further action against South Central Ambulance Service (SCAS) after personal details of its staff were accidentally posted online.
Confidential details including sexuality, ethnicity and religion of nearly 3,000 of its staff were mistakenly published on the service’s website in October.
Now the Information Commissioner’s Office has ruled SCAS will escape punishment and is satisfied sufficient measures have been taken to prevent further breaches.
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