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O2 Fixes 'Accidental' Leak of Phone Numbers 42

judgecorp writes "British mobile operator O2 says it has stopped sharing users phone numbers with all websites, and says the breach was an accident. Yesterday, users found that the operator was automatically passing their mobile numbers to any site they visited, while using O2's mobile network,"
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O2 Fixes 'Accidental' Leak of Phone Numbers

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