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Canada Dashboard Digest | Nunavut privacy commissioner recommends charges over medical records access Related reading: Op-ed: 'Extinction risks' of AI deflect attention from real concerns with technology


Nunavut Information and Privacy Commissioner Graham Steele recommended charging a former Nunavut doctor for allegedly accessing a colleagues’ medical records "on numerous occasions" over an 18-month period and reprimanded the Department of Health for not implementing the privacy recommendations it committed to three years ago. Steele, who recommended the department implement software to flag suspicious access of medical records and change security protocols to protect records, mandated a progress update from the department by the end of the year.
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