Aug 152014
 August 15, 2014  Breaches, Non-U.S.

The Office of the Data Protection Commissioner has said it investigating claims some credit unions may have hired private investigators to obtain confidential details on customers.

A report in today’s Irish Independent said a number of credit unions have used private investigators to access information on people who owe them money.

The Data Protection Commissioner said it had been investigating for some time whether investigators are unlawfully accessing personal data from State bodies and passing it on to third parties.

Read more on RTÉ.

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