Vodafone's 'unforgivable' hacking of journalist's phone must be investigated, says union

Vodafone has admitted an employee accessed a Fairfax journalist’s phone data in 2011 after she revealed a serious data breach by the companyAustralia’s Media Entertainment and Arts Alliance has called on the privacy commissioner to investigate the circumstances of the “unforgivable” hacking of a journalist’s phone data.On Saturday the Australian published leaked emails that detailed how a day after Fairfax journalist Natalie O’Brien revealed a serious data breach by Vodafone in 2011, there were discussions at Vodafone about unauthorised access to her call charge records and text messages. Continue reading... Continue reading at 'The Guardian'

[ The Guardian | 2015-09-14 00:00:00 UTC ]
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