The blogosphere and Twitterverse is hyper-ventilating today to the news that the the email addresses and SIM card ICC-IDs of 114,000 iPad 3G owners has been compromised.
on 06/10/2010 – Made popular on 06/10/2010
Every time we hear about this data breach the details just keep getting worse. :(
In addition to the previously disclosed payment card data, separate files containing approximately 53 million email addresses were also taken during the breach. These files did not contain passwords, payment card information or other sensitive personal information.
Target’s massive credit card breach reported last month may be worse than previously thought. Today, the company disclosed the attack affected as many as 70 million individuals, whose names, mailing addresses, phone numbers and emails have been stolen. This customer information was taken during the attack in addition to the payment card data.
<p>I don’t know about you, but AT&T’s “apology” emailed to customers affected by the iPad data breach comes across as hollow and isn’t worth the paper it’s printed on.</p>
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