The Culture, Media and Sport Committee, new home of the Information Commissioner’s Office, has announced it’s launched an inquiry into TalkTalk following a breach leading to the theft of a half a million Britons data from the company, The Register reports. Called “Cyber security: Protection of personal data online inquiry,” the inquiry may see TalkTalk CEO Dido Harding, herself, facing questioning, the report states. Since the breach, there’s been confusion over exactly how many customers were affected. Meanwhile, a fourth suspect has been arrested in connection to the TalkTalk hack—a 16-year-old boy.
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