Aida, one of South Africa’s leading property agents, is taking responsibility for the largest data breach in South Africa’s history.
It, however, says it has no idea how the breach affecting up to 60 million people happened.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Stuff magazine’s Toby Shapshak.
Listen to the interview in the audio below (and/or scroll down for quotes from it).
It’s bigger than we feared.— Toby Shapshak, Stuff
There are about 60 million victims, including some who are deceased.— Toby Shapshak, Stuff
It looks like there aren’t many consequences.— Toby Shapshak, Stuff
None of us consented! It is a massive amount of deeply personal information.— Toby Shapshak, Stuff
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