Australasian Lawyer reports the Supreme Court of New South Wales has accepted a $275,000 settlement in a privacy class-action suit regarding a NSW Ambulance Service data breach. The case involved an Ambulance Service contractor accessing and selling the personal compensation information of 130 employees, including lead plaintiff Tracy Evans. "You can’t put [a] price on what has been learned and gained by engagement in the process of challenging this privacy breach," Evans said. "We need to be sure this doesn’t happen again and to change the system to ensure that."
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