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[NEWS] Personal Data of Some 380,000 Hong Kong Broadband Customers Hacked, Service Provider Says



The personal data of some 380,000 Hong Kong Broadband Network customers, including details for more than 40,000 credit cards, were compromised in a cyber attack against the telecommunications company’s database.

The information kept by the city’s second largest fixed-line residential broadband service provider included names, identity card numbers, credit card details, telephone numbers, email addresses and correspondence addresses, all as of 2012. Hong Kong Broadband Network also offers domestic IDD services and mobile phone packages.

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