California Department of Public Health has released a report in which they state that over 120 workers at a Los Angeles hospital looked at celebrities' medical records and other personal information without permission between January 2004 and June 2006, which is double the number initially reported earlier this year.

The report, further states that three workers from the medical center even continued to look at the confidential records after a crackdown of record-peeking in April. The name of the celebrity hasn’t been released.
The hospital is now being blamed by the State Regulators for not taking adequate steps to maintain patient confidentiality.

There have been additional five reports since the Los Angeles Times first reported UCLA employees pried into the medical records of prominent patients, some of which are Britney Spears, Farrah Fawcett and Maria Shriver.

The latest report did lead to several firings, suspensions and warnings. The report also found that one of the employees went that far to view Social Security numbers, health insurance information and addresses, of about 900 patients "without any legitimate reason".

Some of the workers, including administrative specialists, who used their supervisor's passwords, are facing federal criminal charges for violating privacy while others have either been fired or warned.

All the patients whose privacy was breached have been informed about the incidence. The hospital stuff is now being trained on privacy and security while the systems have been updated to block complete Social Security numbers.