Chili’s Says Club Members’ Personal Data Was Leaked

Phil Villarreal writes:

In a mass message sent out to its “e-mail club” subscribers, Chili’s revealed its service provider sprung a leak in user data, letting loyalists know first and last names, email addresses and birthdates went up for grabs.

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We are contacting you because the service provider (InterMundo Media) for the Chili’s e-mail club experienced a breach of their server, which could compromise security of e-mail club information. Your information potentially at risk is limited to the following: first name, last name, e-mail address and birth date. Most, maybe not all, of the information that was accessed is publicly available.

Please note that the following guest information was not collected by Chili’s e-mail club and as such is not at risk from this breach: full credit card numbers, physical address and social security or other government-issued identification numbers.

Most states do not require notification when information of the type kept for the e-mail club is accessed, but North Dakota does. Our records show you to be a resident of North Dakota, and as such we’re providing you with this information.

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