The BC Freedom of Information and Privacy Association is appealing the government’s refusal to comply with the group’s freedom of information request to hand over BC Health Ministry data-sharing contracts, e-mails and staff memos, reports The Victoria Times Colonist. The ministry is being investigated for inappropriate conduct, data management practices and contracting, and recently fired five employees in relation to a data breach. The association’s executive director wants the case to “go to a hearing” so “the burden is on the (Health) Ministry to show (why) these exceptions apply."
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