After having his AT&T wireless account breached and his personal information posted on the Web, famed hacker Kevin Mitnick thought the least the cellular service provider could do was compensate him for his troubles.
Instead, the company informed Mitnick it plans to cancel his contract and not pay damages for the breach, he said. (His service was still working Thursday afternoon.) Now he may sue.
“AT&T wants me off their network because they can’t secure my account, and after being a loyal customer for almost a decade I find that reprehensible,” he told CNET News on Thursday. “It apparently is more cost effective to drop me than to secure their customer’s information.”
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