McDonald’s accused of leaking 2.2 million users’ data; assures it does not store personal information
Sunday, 19 March 2017 Fastfood major McDonald’s today assured its customers that its website and app do not store the financial data after an independent blog claimed that the company is leaking personal data of more than 2.2 million users. “We would like to inform our users that our website and app do not store any sensitive financial data of the users like credit card details, wallets passwords or bank account information,” an official spokesperson of McDonald’s India (West & South) said in a statement. The quick service restaurant’s statement came after a post on independent blogpost hackernoon claimed that McDonald’s India is leaking data of 2.2 million users. ALSO READ: One billion Yahoo accounts still on sale, despite hacking indictments “The McDonald’s India app,
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