UK: Barclays customers hit by data theft slam “chicken feed” compensation

Grimsby Telegraph has an update to a breach previously noted on this blog:

Barclays Bank has come under fire after offering just £250 in compensation to customers whose confidential files were stolen and sold to rogue City traders.

At least 2,000 of the bank’s customers were affected by the theft, which included details of their earnings, savings, health issues and insurance policies.

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