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Six, so far. I’m listing them in order of how promptly they informed me. I’m expecting more from other vendors who are tardy …

1st TiVo: Saturday April 2, 2011 9:00:43 PM EDT
2nd College Board: Saturday April 2, 2011 10:31:41 PM EDT
3rd JP Morgan Chase: Monday April 4, 2011 4:33:27 AM EDT
4th Hilton Honors: Monday April 4, 2011 6:27:19 PM EDT
5th Walgreens: Monday April 4, 2011 7:20:10 PM EDT
6th Red Roof Inn: April 4, 2011 9:45:29 PM EDT






Supposedly only our names and our email addresses have been exposed, no other data. But such breaches worry me about the inevitable data exposures that can’t be far off.

A press release at Epsilon’s website (hidden in plain sight, a click off the home page) reads “Epsilon Notifies Clients of Unauthorized Entry into Email System” and “IRVING, TEXAS – April 1, 2011 – On March 30th, an incident was detected where a subset of Epsilon clients’ customer data were exposed by an unauthorized entry into Epsilon’s email system. The information that was obtained was limited to email addresses and/or customer names only. A rigorous assessment determined that no other personal identifiable information associated with those names was at risk. A full investigation is currently underway.”

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