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Texas Hospital Discloses Huge Breach
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David F. Carr
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2/5/2014 | 2:43:18 PM
Standard bureaucratic language?
Is that just standard bureaucratic language to say our system was breached and the hackers had full access to all this data ... but we're just not sure they actually took any of it.

Is there some example of where hackers gained that kind of access and didn't take advantage of it? Like the Grinch seeing the light and putting all the presents back neatly in their place?
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