Dutch COVID-19 Patient Data Sold on the Criminal Underground

Dutch police have arrested two individuals on Friday for allegedly selling data from the Dutch health ministry’s COVID-19 systems on the criminal underground.

The arrests came after an investigation by RTL Nieuws reporter Daniel Verlaan who discovered ads for Dutch citizen data online, advertised on instant messaging apps like Telegram, Snapchat, and Wickr.

The ads consisted of photos of computer screens listing data of one or more Dutch citizens.

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