Hackers steal customer data to prove risk of retention proposal
Source: The Age - Posted by Dave Wreski   
Hacks/Cracks HACKERS have stolen customer data from the internet company AAPT to highlight the dangers of a proposal to force telcos to store every Australian's web history for up to two years. The chief executive of the internet service provider, David Yuile, confirmed the security breach, which occurred at 9.30pm Wednesday, in a statement to the Herald yesterday, saying he was ''extremely concerned''. AAPT is conducting an investigation and has promised to contact any affected customers.

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