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Recruitment firm blamed for candidate data leak

A recruitment agency is being blamed for a security breach which saw the personal information of around 2,000 candidates leaked onto the internet.

ZDNet reports that Australian real estate network, First National, has denied responsibility for the incident, instead pointing the finger at a recruitment firm it uses, Sales Inventory.

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