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Canadian Bank Hands Client Details of Other Customers' Accounts

The Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce admitted that it mistakenly handed over the personal-account details of more than 100 individuals to a bank customer. The information included names or partial names, account numbers and monthly balance on the other individuals' accounts over nearly two years.

Bank springs another privacy leak, Ottawa Citizen, May 14, 2005.