European Medicines Agency: Leaked documents have been manipulated

Some of the documents leaked after the hacker attack against the EMA have been manipulated, states the agency in an update on Friday.

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Documents leaked after the hacker attack against the European Medicines Agency (EMA) include internal and confidential mail correspondences relating to evaluation processes for Covid-19, according to an EMA update on Friday.

According to the announcement, the leaked documents date back to November last year, but according to the EMA they have been manipulated.

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