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New Brunswick health officials are examining allegations a doctor at the Dr. Georges-L.-Dumont University Hospital Centre in Moncton accessed personal information on 142 patients “without authorization,” The Canadian Press reports. New Brunswick Privacy Commissioner Anne Bertrand’s office has received “several complaints from affected patients,” CBC News confirms, noting a full report on the case is expected in a few months. The Canadian Press also reports on documents indicating a former police officer who is now a member of the Alberta Legislature “wouldn't give a statement to investigators probing a potential breach of a teen's privacy rights.”
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