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Many are questioning the U.S. Postal Service’s decision to wait several months to make public a breach of employees’ personal information, though the agency defended the delay as necessary to mitigate the fallout from the hack.
The American Postal Workers Union filed a complaint on Monday to the National Labor Relations Board for the Postal Service’s failure to adequately consult with the group over the security failure. APWU President Mark Dimondstein said USPS should have bargained with the union over the “impact of the security breach.”
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