Confidential information is exchanged on a daily basis and it is expected that those to whom you divulge such information will keep it confidential.
Common examples are medical records or financial information, but it can also be wider- ranging covering other information such as details of relationships or private correspondence.
If you become aware that confidential information about you is about to be disclosed without your consent, action could be taken to prevent this. Or if you believe your right to confidentiality has already been breached, you may be able to bring a claim for compensation.
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