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Hackers leak Australian health records on dark web after ransom not paid

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By Johnny LIEU, Steven TRASK

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Aussie IT defenses about as strong as Japanese IT defenses.

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Who in the world cares if those criminals publish a few Australia limited diagnostic codes like p_diag: F122 ? I would only be surprised if they publish that no one has this diagnosis. lol

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Another reason to not get a My Number card!

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Now the whole world knows about my haemorrhoids :((

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No, by far not the whole world, Robert N, only the very few people who read those hacked data and those even fewer who read it here, but in this case on your own fault. lol

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Sven AsaiToday 12:44 pm JST

Who in the world cares if those criminals publish a few Australia limited diagnostic codes like p_diag: F122 ? I would only be surprised if they publish that no one has this diagnosis. lol

Your health insurance will be happy to add those to their pricing database...

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