The federal privacy commissioner's office says its investigation into the recent Telecom data breach is progressing, but it might be another month before it is complete, The New Zealand Herald reports. "There's quite a lot to do," said Assistant Privacy Commissioner Katrine Evans. "We have three parties to talk to and everybody with their own point of view, so it's just going to take a little while to sift through exactly what has happened." She said the investigation centers on Telecom's security procedures and its partners' collection and use of Telecom customers' personal information.
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