Catharine Tunney reports: More than 69,000�public servants caught up in the Phoenix pay system debacle are now victims of a privateness breach after their personal info was accidentally emailed to the wrong people, says public Services and procurement Canada. The problem-plagued electronic payroll�system has improperly paid tens of thousands of public servants since its launch in 2016. Some employees have gone months with little or no pay, while others have been overpaid, sometimes for months at a time. As the government has struggled to fix the system, public Services and procurement Canada has been sending departmental heads of human resources and chief financial officers�reports every two weeks listing employee overpayments. Read more on CBC.