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Target says ‘up to 70 million’ names, email addresses and phone numbers have been stolen

10
Jan
2014

Following last months news that 40 million debit and credit card numbers were stolen in a hack, Target today disclosed that a huge number of personal details have also been compromised. Target CEO Gregg Steinhafel notes the company is truly sorry its customers are having to endure the effects of the hack, and announced a company-wide policy that he hopes will soften the blow. Target is extending that offer, now saying that any customer who has shopped at its store will be able to sign up for credit monitoring and identity theft protection free of charge for a year.

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