Tuesday, July 05, 2005

Alberta OIPC report on missing backup tape containing health information

The Alberta Information and Privacy Commissioner has released his report on the case of the missing backup tape (for earlier reports, see The Canadian Privacy Law Blog: Incident: Encrypted tapes containing health information on hundreds of thousands of Albertans missing or tampered with). The report is available from the Commissioner's site:

Investigation Report H2005-IR-001:

"Commissioner releases report into missing computer tape containing health information. Commissioner Frank Work initiated an investigation on his own motion under the Health Information Act (HIA) into the loss of a missing data tape containing information related to the administration of the Alberta Health Care Insurance Plan (AHCIP), specifically group premium statement information.

Click to view more information Investigation Report H2005-IR-001."

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