Telstra, which hasn’t yet gotten over the privacy breach that required 60,000 password resets in December, has suffered another embarrassment involving customer data. This time, according to Musicfeeds.com.au, the breach involves customer data being posted to a cloud-based spreadsheet service. The site says the data was …
Nice, it looks like they've given up on even trying to hide their screwups.
It's great to see Telstra carrying on their grand traditions of monumental incompetence which has served them so well for the last 40 years at least.
Did a quick search on google
I did a quick search of Edit Grid using Google (using my surname only - don't want the search being to personally identifiable) and thankfully it returned only 61 results - none of which were my information.
To be honest though, Telstra has never officially notified me of the original breach (which given I'm a customer with a bundle, hopfully means my details were never compromised), so I'm not surprised about them not mentioning this second breach.
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