Lillian Shupe reports:
One or more people who allegedly hacked a hospital computer network may no longer hide their identities behind the anonymity of their computers, according to a ruling from The Appellate Division of the New Jersey State Superior Court.
The court overturned a decision by the lower court to quash a subpoena issued by Warren Hospital. The hospital is seeking the identities of one or more people who spread defamatory messages by allegedly hacking into the hospital’s computer network.
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