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Following a threatening anonymous text sent to a woman who allegedly had an affair with Auckland’s mayor, Vodafone is warning staff “about delving into records,” The New Zealand Herald reports. According to a company spokesman, “We regularly update our customer service agents, and the e-mail was a timely reminder of our company security policy—particularly relating to accessing and disclosing customer information." Although no staff member currently faces disciplinary action, the spokesman noted, “It is against company policy to disclose any individual customer information unless privacy law permits, and there is a legitimate business reason.”
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