James Simpson reports: Police Scotland have launched an investigation after personal details of hundreds of Angus pupils were released during a cyber attack. Exam results and “pupils profiles” outlining learning difficulties and mental health issues of Brechin High School students were released in the hack. […] Documents containing emergency contact details for more than 1,800 pupils were also released, according to emails seen by The Courier. Read more on The Courier. This seems to involve a whistleblower, and reading the article raises a number of questions about whether it might be the same person or persons unknown involved in a previous 2019 incident, or just someone who is aware of a number of alleged hacks.