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Daily Dashboard | Customers Say Bank Breached Their Privacy Related reading: Polish GDPR implementation draft published for comment

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Two customers of the Bank of Montreal (BMO) say the bank gave their personal banking information to unauthorized third parties, reports CBC News. One woman says a bank teller mistakenly handed over her credit card information to her mother without consent, and another's bank statement was sent to her ex-husband's address. The woman says her address was changed to that of her ex-husband in the BMO system without her knowledge. While BMO acknowledges that the woman's address was changed, it responded to her lawsuit by assigning blame to the ex-husband, stating that he breached her privacy by opening her mail.
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