HSE hack: High Court grants orders barring use of stolen data

Mary Carolan reports:

All of the HSE’s data “is potentially compromised” following a massive cyberattack, its chief executive, Paul Reid, has told the High Court.


…. the HSE applied for orders, granted by Mr Justice Kevin Cross, restraining persons unknown, and any persons with knowledge of the orders, from sharing, selling, publishing, processing or otherwise dealing with the data without consent of the HSE.

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So what does that mean for the press in terms of looking at a data dump, analyzing it, or reporting on it?

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