More than 10 million MGM hotel guests had their personal information leaked online this week, according to ZDNet.
Full names, addresses, phone numbers, emails, and birthdays were exposed, but MGM told Business Insider that no payment information was compromised.
MGM said it discovered the data breach last summer and notified customers who were impacted based on state laws.
Justin Bieber, Jack Dorsey, and US government officials were reportedly among those whose data was leaked.
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The personal information of more than 10.6 million MGM Resorts guests was posted onto a hacking forum on Wednesday, according to ZDNet.
Those impacted included celebrities, reporters, government officials, tech CEOs, and employees, according to ZDNet.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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