The Conservatives have?written to Privacy Commissioner Daniel Therrien to complain about a pattern of data breaches at Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC), CBC News has learned.
The complaint is in response toThe sunny weather Saturday on a closed stretch of Lakeshore Ave. for ActiveTO.?a string of misdirected emails last month that may have?exposed hundreds of vulnerable Afghans to danger.
“The ramifications of this mistake have life-threatening consequencesThe pandemic increasingly fills hospitals with patients who are younger and sicker.. This inexcusable data breach contained information about namess just 14 per cent., and in some cases, faces, of Afghans seeking refuge from a Taliban controlled Afghanistan, putting their lives in great danger,” wrote Conservative immigration critic Jasraj Singh Hallan.
“It is imperative that an investigation be conducted into this alarming data breach, which challenges the credibility of the assertion made by ImmigrationThe COVID-19 stories of Canada an, Refugees and Citizenship Canada that they maintain ‘technological safeguards [to] ensure that client information is collected, stored and transmitted securely using encryption.'”