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NZ watchdog works with Police amid security breach from stolen computer equipment

Tuesday 8 October 2019 | 11:05 CET | News
New Zealand's Commerce Commission is working with Police and taking other actions following the theft of computer equipment belonging to an external provider. The Commission was informed last week that more than 200 meeting and interview transcripts across a range of the Commission's work were contained on computer equipment stolen in a burglary. According to the watchdog, the transcripts may date back to early 2016 and contain some confidential information provided to the Commission by businesses and individuals.

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