Hackers stole data of 10.6 million customers of a well known company that include Justin Bieber and Twitter founder
Information appeared in the network that hackers managed to steal personal data of more than 10 million clients of the largest U.S. company in the field of hospitality and entertainment MGM Resorts International. Among them were such celebrities as Justin Bieber and the founder of Twitter, Jack Dorsey.
According to MGM Resorts International itself, the break-in took place last summer, but journalists managed to find the missing data only last week. For example, ZDNet said that most of the stolen files contain data such as the name and surname of customers, their date of birth, home address, phone number and other information, which, if you want to, and already without problems in the public domain.
But it should be noted that about 1,300 clients faced a leak and passport data along with other confidential information. Among them, according to journalists, were also quite high-ranking officials, businessmen and heads of companies, including the founder of Twitter, Jack Dorsey.