Jul 202010
 
 July 20, 2010  Breaches, Business, Non-U.S.

The Octopus Card Company has admitted that it had shared personal details of its 2.4 million card holders with two partner companies involved in a reward scheme. It’s now set up a special committee to review its handling of customers’ personal information. The company’s Chief Executive Officer, Prudence Chan, said its partners will be told to keep all customer data strictly confidential.

Source: RTHK

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