September 2, 2020
By Peter Smith
When the Roman Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh launched its compensation program for victims of sexual abuse by priests, participants were guaranteed confidentiality.
But the names of 47 claimants were inadvertently leaked in an email from the program administrator to an unintended recipient.
While all agree the leak was unintentional and didn’t spread any further, the person who received it said the 47 should have been notified long ago.
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