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U.K. banks off the hook for Indian data breach

British banks will not face any action over an alleged data breach in an Indian call center last year, the U.K.’s data protection watchdog has said. In the breach, an undercover newspaper reporter was allegedly able to buy the bank account, credit card, passport and driving license details of 1,000 British bank customers for just 4.25 pounds ($7.50) each from a New Delhi call center worker who was said to have promised to supply confidential data from 200,000 accounts per month. Full Story

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