The Government is being accused of having a shonky record on privacy.
It follows another accidental release of personal information, this time by Inland Revenue.
Almost 30 files from taxpayers have been sent to a third person, who's been asked to return them.
Labour's revenue spokesman David Clark says people should be able to have confidence when they provide personal information to a Government department.
"I'm concerned that this government isn't particularly concerned about privacy, the Prime Minister seems to have a very relaxed attitude to it. It's people's personal information, and they give that in good faith. It's no good when that information is all over the internet, or out in the wider sphere."
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