Aug 042010
 
 August 4, 2010  Breaches, Non-U.S.

Jessica Porter reports:

A shocked couple have been sent another family’s confidential details about access to their five-year-old and seven-year-old children.

Fred Dobbinson and Carol Bleasdale, of Melrose Cresent, Seaham, were sent the documents along with Fred’s divorce papers.

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The papers from the court house, in John Street, Sunderland, discuss supervised visits which could have serious implications for the family concerned.

A spokesman for Her Magesty’s Court Service, Mark Kram, said: “The position is that we are investigating how this happened.

Read more in the Sunderland Echo. I know that these little paper breaches are generally not as interesting to many readers as the big breaches involving millions of records, but in terms of human impact, would you rather your credit card number be on a laptop stolen from some business or that your neighbor’s find out about custody/child visitation details?

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