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 May 3, 2019  Posted by  Breaches, Court, Healthcare, Non-U.S.

Jeremy Hainsworth reports:

A Vancouver-based HIV/AIDS organization is facing a class-action suit for breach of privacy after an alleged release of email addresses of 800 of its members via a September 2016 mass email.

And, said a BC Supreme Court ruling released May 1, a staff member of Positive Living BC had warned the organization poor data-control practices were going to eventually create problems.

Read more on Vancouver Courier.

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