Mogul of Pineapples
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That's just plain awful.
What needs to happen for this type of recklessness to stop is to hold companies like these that compromise customer information criminally accountable. Being careless with sensitive private information is no different than distributing it openly.
Would it be going too far to impose heft government fines and criminal charges to a company that treats our private info carelessly? Not in my opinion it isn't.
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