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Submission + - Australian website waits three years to tell customers about a data breach (itnews.com.au)

AlbanX writes: Australian daily deals website Catch of the Day waited three years to tell its customers their email addresses, delivery addresses, hashed passwords, and some credit card details had been stolen.

Its systems got hacked in April 2011 and the company told police, banks and credit cards issues, but didn't tell the Privacy Commissioner until later, or customers until last night.

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Australian website waits three years to tell customers about a data breach

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