Charlotte medical practice worker sold patients’ private info for $10 apiece, feds say

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Charlotte medical practice worker sold patients’ private info for $10 apiece, feds say

Federal prosecutors have charged a Charlotte medical practice employee over accusations she sold patient’s private information to an identity thief. Keniona Laneen Thomas, a former employee at Carolina Neurosurgery & Spine Associates, was charged in a bill of information filed Monday. She sold the information of more than 150 patients at $10 a person, according to the court document. A …

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