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Alleged 'scam artist' shamed on Facebook sues for privacy breach

New Zealand Herald Wednesday, 15 November 2017 ()
Alleged 'scam artist' shamed on Facebook sues for privacy breachA man who was named and shamed on Facebook by a business after his cheque bounced has lost a privacy complaint and bid for $50,000 compensation. The business posted the man's personal details online after a cheque for goods worth...
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