Wednesday, January 29, 2014

70% of Irish Report Data Privacy Breaches

Over two thirds of Irish people believe they have suffered an invasion of privacy, with unsolicited emails and text messages being the most common result of such privacy breaches, according to a survey by the Office of Data Protection Commissioner.

The survey found the distrust in public organizations, including the Revenue Commissioners and government departments, is identical to organizations in the private sector.

"One in five Irish people do not trust public sector bodies to guard their personal information." - Office of the Data Protection Commissioner
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(a) Almost 70pc Irish people claim data privacy breaches -, 01/27/2014

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