UK: Financial Conduct Authority goof reveals confidential details of 1,600 consumers

Jasper Jolly reports:

The Financial Conduct Authority has admitted to accidentally revealing personal information of about 1,600 people who complained about it, in an embarrassing lapse for the regulator of Britain’s banks and investors.

The FCA published names, addresses and phone numbers in a document on its website, in response to a request for data under the Freedom of Information Act.

Read more on The Guardian.

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