(update) Telstra: privacy breach mail-out was our fault, not printer’s

Daniel Fitzgerald reports:

Telstra has said an internal error – not the printer, SEMA – was behind the privacy breach bungle that last week saw around 220,000 letters delivered to wrong addresses.

It is understood that SEMA, which handled the printing and mailing of the letter discussing upcoming fixed line price changes, was supplied with incorrect data by the telco.

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