Sep 282010
 
 September 28, 2010  Breaches, Non-U.S.

Murray Brewster reports:

Canada’s Privacy Commissioner says she’s uncovered evidence of possible widespread privacy abuse at Veterans Affairs and decided on her own to launch a full-fledged audit into how the personal information of injured soldiers is handled.

A statement by Jennifer Stoddart’s office, released to The Canadian Press, contradicts Veterans Affairs Minister Jean-Pierre Blackburn who earlier in the day told a news conference that he asked for a wide-ranging probe.

Read more in the Globe and Mail.

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