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Canada Post Hack Exposes Data of Ontario Cannabis Customers

5 - 13 November 2018

The delivery tracking tool of the Canada Post, the primary postal operator in Canada, was hacked by an unidentified individual.
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The delivery tracking tool of the Canada Post, the primary postal operator in Canada, was hacked by an unidentified individual. The hack exposed the personal data of 4,500 customers from the Ontario Cannabis Store (OCS), including their names, addresses, tracking numbers, and delivery dates. The OCS is the sole legal retailer of recreational cannabis in Ontario, Canada. The OCS has notified the Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioners of Ontario about the breach. 

References:
[1] 4,500 Ontario cannabis customers have personal data stolen
[2] Canada Post data breach affected 4,500 customers, OCS says
 
 
 

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