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Planned Parenthood’s Los Angeles clinics hit by ransomware; patient data stolen

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Planned Parenthood’s Los Angeles clinics suffered a ransomware attack in October and personal information of 400,000 patients was stolen, a spokesperson for the women’s reproductive healthcare organization said on Wednesday.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Israeli foreign minister distances government from blacklisted NSO Group Nov 06 2021

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Russia excluded from 30-country meeting to fight ransomware and cyber crime Oct 13 2021

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