Google called in to scrub politicians' mobile numbers from the internet


Google called in to scrub politicians' mobile numbers from the internet
  1. Google called in to scrub politicians' mobile numbers from the internet
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    Bumbling bureaucrats were forced to call in internet giant Google to help them scrub politicians' phone numbers from the…
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Internet behemoth Google has been called in to scrub federal politicians' private mobile numbers from the internet after a bumbling government department published them on its website.

The Department of Parliamentary Services took down the offending pages from the Parliament House website on Monday after being alerted by Fairfax Media to the privacy and security breach.

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