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 January 11, 2016  Posted by  Breaches, Non-U.S.

Shane Cowlishawl reports:

A Northland man who became “the most unpopular man” in his town after his privacy was breached by the local council has been awarded damages.

Wayne Deeming, who lives in the small town of Maungakaramea, south-west of Whangarei, took his dispute to the Human Rights Review Tribunal following a complaint spanning seven years.

The tribunal’s just-released decision shows the saga began following an incident at the town’s Mid-Western Rugby Club on 8 August, 2009.

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