Quote taken from BBC:
TalkTalk said the fine was "disappointing" as it had "co-operated fully" with the investigation.
"The TalkTalk attack was notable for our decision to be open and honest with our customers from the outset. This gave them the best chance of protecting themselves."
This is the bit that really got on my nerves; we gave customers the best opportunity to fix the consequences from our mess. They did F' all to help customers and caused worry and stress. They then also caused a number of companies pain by having to replace bank cards, extra fraud checks, handle extra phone calls etc. who pays for that?
Then Talk Talk is still disappointed in the fine? *Seething!* Total boycott of this company is required.
So much rage about them giving zero fucks about their customers, I could rant about it this for a while.