Canadian pharmacist snooped in the health records of 46

health professional at computer with magnifying glass
A pharmacist spied on the electronic health records of people she knew and shared what she saw with her spouse Catherine Tully, the Information and Privacy Commissioner for the Canadian province of Nova Scotia, has released privacy breach investigation reports regarding the activities of the pharmacist. On December 21, 2017, she began investigating a series

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