SG: M1 probed for ‘data breach’ over sales of new iPhone

Kelly Tay reports:

M1 is being investigated by the Personal Data Protection Commission (PDPC), after an apparent security breach on its website on Monday compromised customers’ personal information.

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The kerfuffle began on Monday, when M1 had to suspend pre-orders for the new Apple iPhone 6 and 6 plus, after uncovering a “potential security breach”.

Read more on The Business Times. At the time of this posting, there’s no notice on M1’s site about any possible breach.

Updated 9-17-2014: The breach reportedly involved 12 customers’ names and addresses. There’s still no statement on M1’s website, however.

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