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 July 21, 2012  Posted by  Breaches, Featured News, Non-U.S.

Rob Shaw reports:

A privacy watchdog group that has been sounding alarm bells for years about the B.C. government’s new computer system says revelations of its serious failures are far worse than predicted.

Numerous privacy breaches in the new $182-million Integrated Case Management System, revealed Thursday, are “far beyond” the worst-case scenario predicted by the Freedom of Information and Privacy Association, said executive director Vincent Gogolek.

“There seems to be so much wrong with the system,” Gogolek said. “We didn’t see this coming at all.”

Read more on the Times Colonist.

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