- Two councils mistakenly sent personal data out, including child neglect and criminal allegations
- Report blames ‘human error’ and ‘inadequate’ checks
- Plymouth City Council and Devon County Council fined for errors
13:15 EST, 17 December 2012
17 December 2012
Last updated at 12:21 ET
Plymouth City Council has changed procedures to prevent a repeat of the photocopying mistake
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WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — A South Florida law firm representing ten special needs children has reached a partial financial settlement involving a former adoptive mother convicted of extreme child abuse.
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Matthew and Amy Sweeney, pictured, are in custody on suspicion of beating their 8-year-old adopted Russian son.
Russia has launched an investigation into the beating of a Tula-born child by his adoptive American parents, warning that the latest scandal could jeopardize an adoption agreement between the two… Continue reading