An Air China flight attendant has been suspended after allegedly publishing on social media the personal information of 20 celebrities he served, the South China Morning Post reports. The unnamed employee is accused of publishing the celebrities’ flight records, membership card status and birthdates on the website Weibo. The company launched an investigation after blogger Chao Cewei disclosed a post allegedly made by the employee. The celebrities mentioned include actors and actresses, singers, a supermodel, athlete and television host. The employee’s “conduct has seriously violated Air China’s data management rule,” the company said in a statement.
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