FCA Admits Major Data Breach

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FCA Admits Major Data Breach
« on: March 09, 2020, 04:27:52 PM »

The Financial Conduct Authority is the regulator of 59,000 financial services providers in the UK. It monitors banks, credit unions, insurance, and investment firms. E-wallet providers, such as Skrill, Neteller, and ecoPayz, often used by bettors for deposits to bookmakers and exchanges, also fall within its jurisdiction.

 Back in November 2019, the FCA published a document with complaints against the regulator on its website. It was a response to the Freedom of Information Act, ensuring public access to certain information on public authorities. The document covered the number and the nature of complaints made against the FCA between the 2nd of January 2018 and the 17th of July 2019. But it ended up including personal data of 1,600 people who had posted those complaints.

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Re: FCA Admits Major Data Breach
« Reply #1 on: March 09, 2020, 07:59:17 PM »

They don't practice what they preach.
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