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 January 4, 2022  Posted by  Breaches, Non-U.S., Workplace

Jono Galuszka reports:

The Manawatū Community Law Centre wanted a former employee, whose privacy the centre breached, to pay it $24,400 in legal costs.

The Human Rights Review Tribunal, however, instead ordered the centre to pay former receptionist and information officer Alisha Cook​​ $7500 in costs.

That money is on top of the $6000 the centre already has to pay Cook for the privacy breach.

Read more about the complaint and case at Stuff.

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