Both USPS and Amazon Experience Data Security Glitches

In the midst of the kickoff to the busiest shopping season of the year, news emerged that both the U.S. Postal Service and Amazon experienced data glitches that exposed customer information.

The USPS may have exposed the personal data of more than 60 million customers via a security hole, including access to information on when checks and other critical documents were set to arrive. Amazon meanwhile told an unknown number of customers their names and email addresses were exposed due to a technical error on its ecommerce site.

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