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Amidst reports of high-profile data breaches in recent years and plans to expand the practice of sharing private information about New Zealanders between government departments, Labour Leader and Information and Communications Technology spokesperson David Cunliffe says the government has a “terrible record of protecting personal information,” The New Zealand Herald reports. “It will send a chill down the spines of many of those who have had their personal information mistakenly released that the Government is exploring new data sharing agreements involving 32 agencies,” he said, adding, “One breach is too many. Almost 100,000 is sheer negligence.” He is calling for strict rules around increased information sharing.
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