Were the Princess of Wales' medical records breached after all?

03/06/2024 | Daily Mail

Staff at the private hospital, the London Clinic, at the centre of a data breach involving the Princess of Wales's private medical records may have encountered a trap set by managers. 

Despite Health Minister Maria Caulfield's statement in March that the matter had been referred to the police, three months later, the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) has yet to be informed. 

Data specialists suggest that a 'decoy' tactic, used by private hospitals with high-profile clients, could have been employed to catch staff involved in the breach. 

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Kate Middleton, Princess of Wales

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