Wirral Borough Council breached Data Protection Act by sending personal information to wrong address twice

Sooraj Shah
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ICO says council should have done more to keep information secure

Wirral Borough Council breached the Data Protection Act by sending social services records that contained sensitive personal information to the wrong address on two separate occasions early last year....

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