Il: Group charged with dissemination of privileged information of women they sought to prevent from getting abortions

Insider breaches are global, and attempts to stop women from controlling their own bodies are also, sadly, global. Gilad Morag reports from Israel:

The cyber division of State Attorney’s Office charged at the Tel Aviv District Court a medical secretary at a private Be’er Sheva clinic as well as two employees of the Hidabroot for passing between them privileged and sensitive medical information of women who sought abortions in order to dissuade them from going through with the process, on religious and ideological grounds.

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