MN: Metro Mobility notifies 15,000 customers of data breach that may have exposed personal information

Chris Serres reports:

A data breach at Metro Mobility, the Twin Cities transit service for people with disabilities, may have exposed the personal information of up to 15,000 individuals who use it.

Metro Mobility has notified customers that an employee’s e-mail account was hacked by an unauthorized person, compromising personal ride information between June 13 and Aug. 14, when the breach was discovered. The hacker may have accessed individual rider names, pickup and drop-off addresses, times of rides and special instructions for Metro Mobility drivers.

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