Planned Parenthood L.A. was hacked. What it means, and what you can do

Planned Parenthood L.A. was hacked. What it means, and what you can do

12/4/2021 6:17:00 AM

Planned Parenthood L.A. was hacked. What it means, and what you can do

The personal information of about 400,000 Planned Parenthood L.A. patients was compromised by hackers. Here's what you should know, and ways to protect your information and mental health.

What could hackers do with your medical information?Planned Parenthood Los Angeles’statementsaid there is no evidence so far that any information has been used for fraudulent purposes, such as identity theft.A separate concern is that criminal hackers could post — or threaten to post — private information publicly for malicious purposes, whether to harass or to extort money from their victims. The U.S. Department of Homeland Security has some guidance on

how to prevent online harassment from doxxing, including what to do if your information is published on social media or if you receive threats.

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The baby hackers got hacked oh my! 'hee hee hee hee....'-- I hope they find every Republican Offical who got a abortions & realase the proof & names. I bet you it's a lot. thanks RedWhiteBoo