Nov 292016
 November 29, 2016  Posted by  Breaches, Business, Court

Back in November, 2015 and February, 2016, noted a concerning situation involving Securus Technologies. Not only were calls between attorneys and their clients possibly being recorded, but then the database of calls was leaked to the media.

Now Bob McGovern reports that at least one victim of that breach is suing:

Disgraced New England Patriot Aaron Hernandez has sued the company that allowed an unknown person to access his jailhouse phone calls as he was awaiting his first murder trial.

“Upon information and belief, and as has been widely reported in the media, during the summer of 2014 Defendant’s electronic database was breached, and an unauthorized party obtained improper access to Plaintiff’s phone recordings,” Hernandez’s attorneys wrote, citing a Herald article from last month that broke the news of the breach.

Hernandez had his jailhouse phone calls accessed by an unknown person while he was at the Suffolk County House of Corrections, according to authorities. That security breach that was never relayed to prosecutors or his current defense team.

Read more on Boston Herald.

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