Tusla errors may be ‘systemic’ – data watchdog
Data Protection Commissioner is to carry out an inspection of how the HSE and Tusla handle sensitive personal information
The Data Protection Commissioner is to carry out an inspection of how the HSE and Tusla handle sensitive personal information amid concerns that deficiencies which resulted in Maurice McCabe being wrongly linked with child abuse could be systemic across these agencies.
The body tasked with upholding the rights of individuals to control how data about them is used, said the “administrative error” was not reported as a data breach to its office.
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