Patients demand more arrests in Florida Hospital data breach

When it comes to healthcare data breaches at big-name hospitals, sometimes "I'm sorry" doesn't cut it. At least that seems to be the case for Florida Hospital patient, who are calling for more arrests in the massive patient records breach that involved thousands of people, WFTV reported.

Federal agents on Friday arrested a former employee accused of stealing and re-selling patient records. But a 10-month investigation also reveals that several people had been using the records, such as attorneys and chiropractors, prompting calls for prosecution from affected patients. Article

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