Dec 042014
 
 December 4, 2014  Non-U.S., Online, Workplace

3News reports:

An employer has admitted it breached the Privacy Act by accessing and distributing a former employee’s private Facebook photo of an obscenity-laced cake.

Former New Zealand Credit Union (NZCU) employee Karen Hammond, made a cake iced with the words “Credit Union Baywide f**k you c***s”, to cheer up a friend who was leaving the company.

She told a Human Rights Tribunal hearing in Napier NZCU had accessed the photo and distributed it to recruitment companies in an attempt to destroy her career.

Read more on 3News.

Radio New Zealand also covers the case.

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