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 November 1, 2013  Posted by  Breaches, Business, Court, Non-U.S.

The Federal Court of Canada has ordered Canadian cable giant Bell TV to pay a Beechville, N.S., man $21,000 in damages after the company accessed his credit report without permission.

In a ruling this week, the court used harsh language to describe Bell’s conduct, saying the matter was “reprehensible” and chided the company for not even showing up to the court hearing.

Read more on CBCNews.

via Canadian Privacy Law Blog.

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