A Philadelphia-based patients’ advocacy company agreed last week to settle its claim that a West Coast Web page archivist improperly secured copyrighted pages and thereby made them vulnerable to a third party’s hacking.

But Healthcare Advocates Inc.’s suit against the alleged hackers — at a Valley Forge, Pa., law firm, Harding, Earley, Follmer & Frailey — will proceed, says the plaintiff attorney, Scott Christie.

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