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The New Zealand Herald reports that last week’s independent report on the breach by the Accident Compensation Corporation (ACC) may lead to a wider overhaul of all government agencies’ handling of private information. Former Australian Privacy Commissioner Malcolm Crompton, CIPP/US, said the individual who made the breach known had done the public “a service by making sure that we pay attention to the proper governance of personal information.”
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