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EDMONTON - Alberta's privacy commissioner has ordered a speed-dating company to tighten its training after a woman complained her email address was given to a smitten suitor she wasn't interested in.
In a seven-page ruling released Thursday, the commissioner's office detailed how the unnamed woman attended a speed-dating event organized by Fast Life International in December 2010.
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But a few days later, two emails appeared in her inbox from a man who was there.
The man said he had obtained her email from Fast Life, so the woman complained to the commissioner. Adjudicator Keri Ridley ruled the lapse was due to human error.
The man was not originally registered to participate and when his details were later entered into the company's system, he was mistakenly matched with the woman."Based on this explanation and on the information before me, the organization did make reasonable security arrangements," Ridley wrote.