First State Super, the company that called the police and fired off legal threats when a security researcher notified it of vulnerabilities in its online funds management application, is reportedly softening its stance. According to Australia’s Financial Standard, the company has decided against further legal action, and instead …
When I get the obligitary follow-up email from FSS PR dept. asking why I transferred out, I will certainly make sure they know I find their behaviour with MY money unacceptable on numerous levels, ethical, technical and financial.
"The Australian Privacy Commissioner, Tim Pilgrim, has also launched an investigation into the matter."
How about the financial services regulator have a little looksy to see how p*ss-weak the data controls are on one of its regulated entities?
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