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A server storing sensitive patient information for more than 230,000
people was breached by unknown hackers so they could use its resources
to host the wildly popular Call of Duty: Black Ops computer game.

New Hampshire-based Seacoast Radiology warned patients on Tuesday that
the hacked server stored their names, social security numbers, medical
diagnosis codes, address, and other details. On a website established
after the mid-November breach, the medical group urged patients to
monitor their credit reports for signs of identity theft, although
there's no evidence of any misuse of the information.
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Bruce White, CRM, PMP
Orange County, CA
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