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Daily Dashboard | Health System, Adultery Site, Photo Center Breached Related reading: FTC discusses consumers' AI concerns



UCLA Health System’s computer network sustained a data breach in which as many as 4.5 million unencrypted personal health records were accessed, Los Angeles Times reports. Patient Privacy Rights’ Deborah Peel said, “These breaches will keep happening because the healthcare industry has built so many systems with thousands of weak links.” In a separate breach, hackers claim to have in their possession the personal information of 37 million users of AshleyMadison—a website that connects people who want to have extramarital affairs. The hackers, reports journalist Brian Krebs, have said they will release personal data until the site, along with other Avid Life Media sites, are taken down. In yet another data breach, CVS shut down its online photo center after an intrusion may have accessed customer credit card information. Editor’s Note: Brian Krebs will keynote the Privacy.Security.Risk. conference in Las Vegas, Sept. 30-Oct. 1.
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