Monday, January 09, 2006

Incident: Hotel registration cards found in dumpster in UK

A five star hotel in Brighton, UK, has switched into damage control mode after a passer-by found loads of customer registration cards in the a dumpster. The cards had names, addresses, signatures and valid credit card numbers. The BBC notes that the hotel often hosts high profile conferences and the details of some Members of Parliament were on cards found. See: BBC NEWS | England | Southern Counties | Private hotel cards found in skip.

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