A class-action lawsuit has been filed against Sunniva and Natural Health Services for an alleged breach of medical marijuana customers’ data, CTV Edmonton reports. The lawsuit claims 34,000 individuals may have been impacted by the breach. Diamond & Diamond Lawyers, the firm representing the victims, stated diagnostic results, health care numbers, medical data and questionnaires were among the compromised information. “We have been working with privacy protection and law enforcement authorities to investigate and respond to this breach,” Natural Health Services President Mark Kimmins said.
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