The information watchdog is assessing Centrelink’s data matching system.
CENTRELINK is letting me die, reads graffiti scrawled on the wall of the disabled toilet at a branch in Sydneys inner west.
Thats the perception of some Australians trying to negotiate a benefits system that appears seriously flawed, where letters slamming people with bogus debts of thousands of dollars were widely distributed over the Christmas period.
Long queues snake around the room, while others sit looking bored on grey seats, staring at the grey walls, yet several help desks are empty.
Alberto Bolognini, from Leichhardt, was blunt. The system sucks, he told news.com.au. I pay $700 a week in taxes and …