3 Million Pluto TV Users’ Data Was Hacked, But the Company Isn’t Telling Them

Joseph Cox reports:

Low-level hackers are trading a database of user information stolen from Pluto TV, a popular American internet television service. But Pluto TV has decided not to proactively inform users of the breach.

The move is somewhat unusual in a space where companies increasingly inform their customers of data breaches, even regarding breaches that do not include passwords themselves, but other information such as email addresses.

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