Personal Data Of Nearly 900 Hospital Patients Exposed
The U.S. Department of Justice investigated the incident and said the patient information did not appear to be used or sold.
San Francisco Chronicle:
Data Breach Affects Nearly 900 Patients From Two San Francisco Hospitals
The personal information of nearly 900 patients of San Francisco General and Laguna Honda hospitals was breached after a former employee of one of the hospitals’ vendors got unauthorized access to the data, the San Francisco Public Health Department said Friday. (Ho, 5/11)
In other news from across the state —
California Pot Revenue Is Lower Than Forecast. Are Taxes Too High?
When California legalized recreational marijuana sales in January, a bonanza in tax revenue was expected. But so far that hasn't materialized — and ironically, some say revenue has been low precisely because taxes have been too high. (Wagner, 5/11)