HIV data leak: US court extends temporary restraining order against Brochez

Under the temporary restraining order, Mikhy Farrera Brochez may not post, refer to, discuss, upload or share any confidential, sensitive or private information that he got from the Singapore Government and is holding on to.
Under the temporary restraining order, Mikhy Farrera Brochez may not post, refer to, discuss, upload or share any confidential, sensitive or private information that he got from the Singapore Government and is holding on to.PHOTO: ST FILE

LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY - A United States court has extended a temporary restraining order sought by Singapore's Ministry of Health against Mikhy Farrera Brochez, the American at the centre of a HIV database leak in Singapore.

The initial order was granted on Feb 19, two days before he was arrested, and has been extended by 14 days from Feb 22 to March 8.

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