Fortnum & Mason shoppers’ details stolen in Typeform’s data breach

Natasha Bernal reports:

Fortnum & Mason has admitted that thousands of customers have had their personal data stolen in a cyber attack on the upmarket grocer.

The retailer said that around 23,000 of its shoppers had seen their names, email addresses and home addresses, as well as social media handles, compromised by hackers.

The breach occurred through Typeform, a survey company Fortnum & Mason used for its recent food and drink awards.

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