I’ve received two notifications this week that my email address has been leaked. Here’s one of them, from the McKinsey Quarterly:
“We have been informed by our e-mail service provider, Epsilon, that your e-mail address was exposed by unauthorized entry into their system. “
Call me a cynic, but at this point it might be more useful for every company I have a registered ID with to send me an email at the end of the year if they haven’t leaked my email. Like this:
If I don’t receive an email like that or there’s a part of it missing, I’ll just assume it compromised my data.
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