Jp: Police seize personal info on Internet subscribers after terrorism data leak

As a follow-up to a serious data breach in Japan:

Tokyo police have seized personal information and Internet access records of subscribers from two Internet service providers (ISPs), suspecting that police documents on international terrorism possibly leaked online via their systems, officials said.

The Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) seized the information on suspicion of obstruction of business, without identifying the suspects.

However, in spite of the move, the MPD has not confirmed that the leaked information was part of its internal documents.

Read more in the Mainichi Daily News.

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