The library records of 20 people in Dublin were edited to include “entries of a highly inappropriate, sexually explicit nature” last year, according to an audit by the data protection commissioner (DPC). Details of the data breach were included in the watchdog’s annual report which also warned Tusla, the child and family agency, of its poor record-keeping after the Maurice McCabe scandal. The report details audits of the Irish Prison Service, Virgin Media, Three, BT Ireland and others. At its publication yesterday, Helen Dixon, the commissioner, said that her organisation’s caseload had continued to increase in 2017 as it received 2,642 complaints and concluded 2,594.
ORIGINAL SOURCE: The Times