After the medical data of 13,000 German patients was discovered on an unprotected server, ministers have called for legal requirements for stronger security protocols, DW reports. The data included patients’ names and, in some cases, photos. "We don't want this data to end up with an employer, an insurance company, a bank. It makes it more likely you'll be rejected for a job or a credit," Federal Commissioner for Data Protection Ulrich Kelber said. German Health Minister Jens Spahn said any German organization that saves patient data must ensure it is protected at all times.
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