No evidence of personal data leak amid national security probe: NHIA

CNA reports:

The National Health Insurance Administration (NHIA) on Thursday said there is no evidence that three current and former employees stole data amid a recent probe launched by prosecutors into the National Health Insurance (NHI) system.

The suspects — a woman surnamed Hsieh (謝) who is a division chief at the NHIA, a male NHIA employee surnamed Lee (李), and a retired NHIA chief secretary identified by his last name Yeh (葉) — are being investigated for allegedly collecting and leaking the personal data of government officials responsible for national security affairs.

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