Investigation into INM data deepens amid fresh privacy concerns
Office of Data Protection Commissioner probing data privacy incidents from 2013 to 2015
The Sunday Business Post has learned that the ODPC is examining how the computer hard drives of up to six editors in the newspaper group were taken by INM in the middle of the night and copied, among other new issues.
The computers were then returned to journalists’ desks during the night, after special software was used to disguise the fact that their data had been copied. This data was subsequently taken off-site in mid-2015,...
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