Personal details of nine million Easy Jet customers accessed by ‘hackers’

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EasyJet has revealed that the personal details of nine million customers have been accessed by “highly sophisticated” hackers.

Easy Jet said it was to notify those affected in the next few days.

It stressed there was no evidence that data had been misused by criminals.

Sky News 

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