Anwen Baker reports:
Lucia Wine Bar and Grill have been accused of breaking data protection laws after the CVs of over 600 people, including York students, were uploaded to their website.
The CVs and cover letters of 605 people who had applied online to work at Lucia, which has branches in York and Beverley, were made available online.
Many of the CVs contained the addresses, phone numbers and email addresses of the applicants.Several of those who had uploaded their CVs were under 18.
All the files were available to download and could be easily accessed via a Google search.
Lucia’s website developer, Studio EightyEight later responded, saying “CVs which were uploaded to the website by the public were handled differently to the other data that we store, however this has now been changed.
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