May 052015
 
 May 5, 2015  Breaches, Business, Non-U.S.

Mitchell Bingemann reports:

The Office of the Australian Information Commissioner and the Telecommunications Ombudsman are conducting urgent investigations into the privacy practises of a Telstra subsidiary after it failed on multiple occasions to keep a Victim of Crime customer’s details from being exposed.

The telco is being scrutinised by the two agencies after internal processes at Telstra’s budget broadband brand Belong breached a customer’s privacy on two separate occasions over a nine-month period by listing telephone and address details through its online directory WhitePages.

Read more on The Australian.

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