Junior doctors' personal details made public in website blunder - Guardian
"The Department of Health has apologised after a security lapse on the junior doctors recruitment website enabled confidential information on thousands of applicants, including their sexual orientation and previous convictions, to be accessed by the public yesterday.
With the application process already beset by controversy, the security breach on the site where junior doctors apply for postgraduate medical training programmes is yet another blow to the scheme.
From at least 9am yesterday, many forms of personal information, including doctors' addresses, home phone numbers and religion, were available for eight hours on the NHS medical training website, a breach initially revealed by Channel 4 news."
You've got to hand it to the Department of Health. - Their unfailing ability to make a bad situation worse is unsurpassable...
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