Indian police arrest company boss accused of selling medical records of British patients

From the Mail Foreign Service:

The head of an Indian outsourcing company has been arrested for selling confidential medical records of patients treated at one of Britain’s top private hospitals.

Police arrested Vikas Dhairyashil Bansode on Tuesday after an undercover investigation revealed the records were being sold for as little as £4 each.

Hundreds of files containing intimate details of patients’ conditions, home addresses and dates of birth were allegedly sold by Bansode, 29, and his accomplices.

Read more in the Daily Mail.

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