Admit 50,000 Privacy Breaks

Nearly 50,000 Canadians had their personal records breached by federal agencies last year including tax records, passport files and pension applications, data show. Fewer than 1 in 10 breaches were reported to the Privacy Commissioner: “None of the privacy breaches are known to have led to criminal activities”.

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