Tim Trent <[log in to unmask]> writes
>"I am a Cahoot customer and although I don't think this is a hugely serious
>security breach I am particularly aggrieved to have to find this out from
>the BBC rather than from Cahoot. I'd expect better than this from them."
>Well, apart from being hugely serious it was also against the law!
And not just here. Depending on how much you believe in
extra-territorial jurisdiction, afaik it's a crime in California not to
inform all your [Californian] users when a security breach occurs. I'm
sure Cahoot has at least one ex-pat in California using their service.
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