A Canada Post data breach revealed the delivery information of 4,500 Ontario Cannabis Store customer orders, Global News reports. OCS CEO Patrick Ford said in an email to customers the orders were accessed by someone through Canada Post’s tracking tool and that approximately 2 percent of total orders were affected. The compromised information included postal codes, the names and initials of the individual who signed for the order, OCS reference numbers, and Canada Post’s tracking numbers. “The OCS has encouraged Canada Post to take immediate action to notify their customers,” the company said in an email. “To date, Canada Post has not taken action in this regard.”
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