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The Age reports, "Hundreds of thousands of Optus accounts have been vulnerable to phone hacking of voicemails without using a PIN, in a security flaw revealed by an 18-year-old university student," while The Star reports on an actress suing Malaysian Airlines over an invasion of her privacy. The past week again delivered an abundance of headlines announcing new data loss incidents, outcomes of ongoing cases and new lawsuits being filed in the wake of breaches. From a suit seeking more than $100 million in damages following a January breach involving credit card data in South Korea to DNA test results allegedly being posted publicly without donors’ knowledge or consent in the U.S., the IAPP’s Jennifer Saunders, CIPP/US, rounds up some of the latest news for The Privacy Advisor, highlighting media reports that offer advice on how organisations can avoid becoming tomorrow’s breach story.
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