Etihad probing possible data breach of 7,000 loyalty program customers

Alexander Cornwell reports:

Etihad Airways on Wednesday said it is investigating a possible leak of data belonging to customers who took part in a promotional campaign in 2013.

Personal details of thousands of people who took part in the promotion are believed to have been leaked at a third-party company, which worked with the airline.

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The data, sent to Gulf News by an anonymous source, includes names, email addresses and other personal information of around seven thousand individuals from Etihad’s loyalty programme from around the world, including in the Middle East, United States and Europe.

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