Jun 202014
 
 June 20, 2014  Breaches, Non-U.S.

As I’ve often said, sometimes just disclosing someone’s name in a context can be a serious problem for the individual. Here’s another case in point:

The body investigating historical claims of abuse at Derry care homes for children has been forced to issue an apology – after an error led to a number of names of witnesses who requested anonymity appearing on the inquiry’s official website.

The Derry Journal was contacted by a former of resident of St. Joseph’s Boys home in Termonbacca earlier this week who said he had been able to find reference not only to himself but to his siblings by name in daily transcripts published on the Historical Institutional Abuse Inquiry website.

Read more on Derry Journal.

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