Snooping & Sudoku?

Privacy breaches of personal tax files account for nearly a quarter of all disciplinary measures against Canada Revenue employees, records show. However staff are most likely to play computer games at work, or snoop through tax returns filed by colleagues or ex-spouses, than randomly spy on individual files from strangers, according to documents.

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