Public bodies expose victims' details to domestic abusers

But the ICO cannot say if it is a widespread problem

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Public bodies expose victims' details to domestic abusers

Poor procedures and training have been blamed for human errors in matters of life and death.

A collection of public bodies, charitable organisations, law enforcers and lawyers have made personal data slips when handling domestic abuse cases in the last year, showing abusers where to find t...

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