Thanks, Adobe :(

Igor PDML-StR pdmlstr at komkon.org
Sun Oct 27 15:37:23 EDT 2019



This will be happening with many companies, over and over until the laws 
would make it financially damaging for a company to have a breach of 
personal data (with a statutory penalty, so that the victims don't need to 
go to a civil court. )
So far, all such breaches, even the one by Equifax, end up with a slap on 
the wrist at best and no real compensation for the victims.


 In most cases, the victims are offered yet a larger exposure of their 
sensitive information: they are given "free" monitoring for ID theft for a 
year or two, after which their personal data remains on file with the 
monitoring company. (And that "monitoring" service is not really 
responsible for clearing up the mess if your identity is stolen.)


Once 1-2 companies would get almost or completely bankrupted by 
statutory(!) penalties, the rest will start taking real measures.



Igor

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On Sat, Oct 26, 2019 at 2:18 PM Mark Roberts wrote:


> Adobe Exposed 7+ Million Creative Cloud Accounts to the Public
>
>
> https://petapixel.com/2019/10/26/adobe-exposed-7-million-creative-cloud-accounts-to-the-public/
>
> --

Igor

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