Feb 222017
 February 22, 2017  Posted by  Breaches, Non-U.S., Workplace

The New Zealand Herald reports:

The president of a university student union has been awarded $18,000 in compensation for humiliation caused by a colleague leaking a private letter of hers to the university’s student magazine.

The union’s president lodged a complaint with the Office of the Privacy Commissioner after excerpts of a written warning given to her by union’s vice president on behalf of its executive appeared in the magazine.

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