May 092016
 
 May 9, 2016  Breaches, Non-U.S.

BBC reports:

An inquiry investigating historical child abuse has been accused of breaching the personal privacy of victims and alleged abusers.

In a 446-page report, Jersey’s Data Protection Commissioner accused The Independent Jersey Care Inquiry of “systemic breaches” over the way it handled information.

But the panel running the inquiry said the report has “many inaccuracies”.

The inquiry is looking at the abuse of children in the care system since 1945.

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