Nova Scotia Privacy Commissioner Catherine Tully criticized the province’s Department of Health for its response to the Sobeys privacy breach, CBC News reports. Tully’s office released a pair of reports on the breach, with one aimed toward the department and the other at the pharmacy chain. Tully praised Sobeys for its response to its report but found the department’s response disappointing. "They haven't accepted some of the major recommendations and my view is that it means that the risks that we've identified with respect to snooping have not been adequately mitigated by the department," Tully said. Department of Health Spokesperson Tracy Barron said the agency is confident in the security of citizens’ personal data.
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