Credit Card Numbers, Personal Information of Hotels.com Customers Stolen
According to news eports, a laptop stolen from an Ernst & Young auditor contained the personal information of over 200,000 Hotels.com customers. The theft happened in February, but it was not known exactly what information was on the computer until recently. While Hotels.com and Ernst & Young believe the laptop was not stolen specifically for that information, and further believe the information has not been used for any fraudulent activity, letters were sent out to all customers who were potentially affected. Much of the information was from 2004 and prior years, making at least some of it no longer timely.
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