Feb 152012
 February 15, 2012  Posted by  Breaches, Business, Non-U.S.

Mathew Dearnaley reports:

Auckland Transport has called in lawyers to review its privacy policy after a technology company used email addresses of more than 50,000 bus passengers to send them marketing offers.

Chief executive David Warburton told his board yesterday the policy had been put under an independent legal microscope as part of an investigation into the use of information obtained from Auckland Transport by electronic card provider Snapper Services

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