Saskatchewan Information and Privacy Commissioner Ronald Kruzeniski spoke about Judge Richard Danyliuk ruling in favor of his agency in the case of one of the doctors who illicitly accessed the information of Humboldt Broncos players, The Epoch Times reports. Kruzeniski said he appreciated Danyliuk’s comments vindicating the commissioner’s work and reversing a previous decision that ordered the agency to remove reports on the incident from its website. “Anytime you have a breach of data or have somebody snooping, the fact that there might be a report about it certainly can cause concern about reputation or embarrassment,” Kruzeniski said. “I’m really pleased he said, ‘Sorry, that might be the case, but that’s not a justification for having the reports removed or having a publication ban so that nobody can talk about it.’”
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