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Canada Dashboard Digest | Newfoundland privacy commissioner urges police to consider privacy reform Related reading: Data Privacy Day 2022: A look ahead

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The Telegram reports Newfoundland Information and Privacy Commissioner Victoria Woodworth-Lynas, CIPP/C, has called for the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary to consider changes to its privacy policies and practices. Woodworth-Lynas' mandate stems from a breach of an officer's personal and medical information by another officer last July. An investigation by the commissioner revealed the RNC did not offer sufficient protection for the officer's breached information, which was accessed when the other officer retrieved a form that contained personal details about the victim from a manager's office. “I have serious concerns regarding the lapse in physical security practices in this case,” Woodworth-Lynas said. “I strongly recommend further and targeted communication with all employees on this issue.”
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