Jan 022012
 
 January 2, 2012  Non-U.S.

TJ McIntyre writes:

Blogging has been light in the run up to Christmas and the New Year but there have been a few recent developments which deserve to be noted.

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Ireland’s first prosecution for data disclosure

The same week also brought news of what seems to be the first successful prosecution in Ireland for deliberate disclosure of personal information (Irish TimesIndependent | Examiner). This case centred on a corrrupt Revenue worker who disclosed information on six separate individuals to her own father (as a “favour to a business associate of his”) and to her father in law – a retired garda who was working as a private investigator for Quinn Insurance.

Read more about this and other recent privacy news on IT Law in Ireland.

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