Toronto woman suing Rogers for exposing her affair has allies


Gabriela Nagy, the adulterous ex-Rogers customer who filed a $600,000 suit against the company for ruining her marriage, says she has allies in other blame deflectors privacy advocates.

According to Nagy, 12 other former Rogers customers in Ontario claim their marriages crumbled due to the company's failure to protect their private information. She says four have already signed affidavits.

Nagy filed a suit against Rogers after her cell phone bill, which was under her maiden name, was bundled with her husband's bill, allowing him to see her call history. Nagy's husband found out about the affair, and the two are now separated.

Nagy has launched a campaign called Citizens Helping Individuals Reform Privacy Policies (CHIRPP), which, she hopes, will improve privacy protection in Ontario.

"If we have no privacy, we are nothing," Nagy said at news conference today, incidentally, beside her new public relations specialist.

Nagy, disguised in dark glasses and a wig, said she would still be pursuing the lawsuit even if her marriage hadn't failed. Reconcile that.


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