Privacy campaigners say Australia’s information commissioner should have told the public of the loss of 19m account details

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Australia’s information commissioner has “dropped the ball” by not reacting to the loss of data from 19m Commonwealth Bank customer accounts privacy campaigners have said.

Kat Lane, the vice chair of the Australian Privacy Foundation, has criticised the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC) after it failed to tell customers of Bank that their personal account information had been misplaced.

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