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Data Stolen from U.S. Health Network

Data Stolen from U.S. Health Network
One of the largest U.S. hospital groups has fallen victim to a cyberattack by Chinese hackers, who stole the personal data of 4.5 million patients. The attack likely occurred in April and June.
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