Eleven top firms face charges for hacking private data
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Eleven top firms face charges for hacking private data


From The Mail

The Information Commissioner Christopher Graham has revealed to MPs that investigators have found 'evidence of a criminal breach and a civil breach of the Data Protection Act' by 11 British firms.

Those involved could face unlimited fines, although sources said a final decision on whether to prosecute has yet to be taken.

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