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Tech & Science NDIS minister has 'no idea' about emails sent to him from private email server

09:32  14 november  2019
09:32  14 november  2019 Source:   skynews.com.au

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NDIS Minister Stuart Robert says he has “no idea” whether he received emails from NDIA chair Helen Nugent from her Macquarie Group email account.

An investigation was launched by the minister into Ms Nugent’s use of the private email account for NDIS matters and found there had been “no clear breach of privacy".

Minister Robert told Sky News an instruction had since been put out to ensure directors do not use private emails.

When asked how the process went unchecked for six years, Mr Robert told Sky News, “It was how it was set up back in mid-2013 and it has gone unchecked until I dealt with it”.

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Share via Email . Minister for the NDIS and government services Stuart Robert has come to the defence of the governance of the National Disability The Ashurst review found “no clear breaches of privacy ” but recommended that the disability agency demonstrate that no further emails would be

“I can’t recall checking [the email address]. I first, I guess, became cognitively aware of it when it was raised in estimates and I then immediately acted and instructed the secretary to do a review.

“The review is very clear to me there is no clear breach of privacy, so no apparent breach of harm.”

Asked if he had ever received an email from Ms Nugent from her private account, Mr Robert told Sky News he had “no idea”.

“Keeping in mind when an email comes into your inbox, yourself as well, it just has the name of the person, very rarely does it have the email address itself,” the minister said.

He also claimed his email client did not reveal the email address of senders.

“Not in [my emails], I can’t and unless you’re in the process of checking the email address of every single person of emailing you – I don’t think the average Australian is in that way of thinking.”

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