Thursday, April 14, 2005

Incident: Polo Ralph Lauren Customers' Data Stolen

I blogged earlier today about an incident involving an "unnamed retailer" connected with a huge number of stolen credit card numbers. (See PIPEDA and Canadian Privacy Law: Incident: GM MasterCard holders exposed to possible ID theft.) Apparently the retailer involved was Polo Ralph Lauren:

Polo Ralph Lauren Customers' Data Stolen:

"Data apparently stolen from the popular clothing retailer Polo Ralph Lauren Corp. is forcing banks and credit card issuers to notify thousands of consumers that their credit-card information may have been exposed...."

Thanks to Secondary Screening for the link.

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