March 16, 2017 Breaches, Non-U.S., Youth & Schools
Craig McCulloch reports:
A Child, Youth and Family privacy breach is being brandished as proof the government cannot be trusted with people’s private information.
The breach has been made public as the government faces a backlash over its plan to require agencies to hand over clients’ details if they want state funding.
Kaitaia woman Kelly Stratton said she received a letter from Child, Youth and Family last month, inviting her to a family group conference for a distant relative she barely knew.
The letter contained a child’s private details, she said.
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