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The software company singled out for a data leak that might have affected more than 30,000 medical marijuana users nationwide has said that patients probably don’t need to feel paranoid. So reports WHIO TV7.

cannabis 1382955 1920“We have internally found no evidence that the data was viewed by anyone other than the security analysts who notified our company that the data was potentially accessible," the company, THCSuite, said in a statement.

Privacy researchers at vpnMentor said they discovered a security flaw in THCSuite’s point of sales systems that exposed marijuana patients’ personal information. That included customers of Bloom Medicinals, a dispensary chain based in Akron, Ohio.

Read the full article from WHIO TV7.

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