Jul 242017
 
 July 24, 2017  Breaches, Non-U.S.

Nikki MacDonald reports:

The grieving mother whose reputation was smeared by Wellington health board boss Debbie Chin is disgusted she will leave the organisation without putting right her privacy breach.

A year has passed since the Privacy Commission censured Chin, the departing chief executive of Capital & Coast District Health Board, for sending an all-staff email attacking the reputation of Lyn Copland – just 11 days after her son Samuel Fischer died in the hospital’s care.

Copland has never received any reparation. The Privacy Commission closed the file after she rejected a compensation offer of $5000.

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