Two public hospitals in Hong Kong apologise after data on 834 patients goes missing

Two public hospitals in Hong Kong have apologised after data concerning 834 patients went missing and vowed to review their handling of such sensitive information.In one case, a doctor left a folder full of information about dozens of patients, including their names, ID card numbers and prescriptions in a car park.The Hospital Authority revealed the incidents on Saturday and said police as well as the privacy commissioner had been alerted.In the first incident at Queen Mary Hospital in Pok Fu…


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