That's the problem with Arsenal, they just walk it in.
18 posts • joined 11 Mar 2015
Zavvi tells customers: You've won VIP tickets to Champions League final! And you've won tickets, and you've won tickets, and you, and...
Yesterday in the EE shop near Moorgate it took 10minutes to get my PAC code. The Three Customer person simply wouldn't take no for an answer. I literally had to bellow "For the sixth time, I don't want to answer any questions, I don't want any other deals, your network's bandwidth is terrible in London, and I'm getting out. I don't have to give you any details now please give me my PAC code." He still persisted, and then sent me to another department. Have to say the next guy took my 'non-charm offensive' and sorted it quickly.
I'll change my provider every year now (SIM only deal). They make profit on our laziness.
Saw it last night at the BFI London IMAX
Straight off the bat we were pulled in. Phenomenal action and the perfect antidote to the superhero crap I've been shovelling through my gawk holes the past 2 years.
I honestly believed I was watching something original (yea I know, I'm a fan of the original) and something that was 'crafted' rather than 'made.' Totally anarchic and a true sense of fear for the main characters.
Get yourselves down to see this and on the biggest screen you can find.
Seems to be getting a good reception too - http://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/mad_max_fury_road/
Few missing questions
It has been over a month since this breach, and the notification is coming exceptionally late. They know exactly when the service was breached, what information was accessible, but it would seem that the start of the investigation was only extremely recent. Their auditing and alerting practices at the time were seemingly not sufficient to discover the breach ‘as it happened’ but much later. They have also not confirmed whether this was from an external escalation (customer reporting) rather than their internal controls.
Further to this they have no details on how the breach occurred and the measures that have been taken to ensure that the technique, technology or policy has been changed and/or remediated to ensure less risk of reoccurrence. It does not instill much confidence.