Ladbrokes is investigating the loss of thousands of customer details from one of its databases, but is reassuring gamblers that the information did not include bank details or passwords. The Mail on Sunday was approached by an Australian man named Daniel who claimed to have access to Ladbrokes' database of 4.5 million customers …
Care for a bet!
I wonder what odds Ladbrokes will give me, them not catching the person involved with the data breach....
Ladbrokes said: "We are in the process of contacting the limited number of customers affected by this incident"
- I thought there were 4.5 million affected..
The ICO said the story showed the need for prison sentences for those convicted of trading in private data.
- No what it shows is that Ladbrokes can't secure their databases and should go to prison for this.
Ex-Admin gets backup of DB
Sends to a newspaper.......
What does he expect to get? Its not like its Expenses records
Whose property is it anyway?
Poor old Ladbrokes getting into the law business?
Labrokes is free to publish everything it has about me - nothing to hide.
P.S. I claim any property rights in any data supplied by me. I never made any assignment to them.
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