JP: Customer information stolen from popular luxury cruise train’s site

Kyodo News reports:

Kyushu Railway Co. said Friday that personal and credit information on up to 8,000 customers were stolen from the goods store website for its “Seven Stars in Kyushu” luxury cruise train.

The leaked information includes customers’ names, addresses, phone numbers, email addresses, date of birth and type of work, according to JR Kyushu. Credit card numbers, security codes and expiration dates of up to 2,800 customers were also stolen.

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I’m not sure why Kyodo News refers to this as leaked information when it’s stolen info.

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