Cathay Pacific said the compromised data included passengers’ names, nationalities, dates of birth, telephone numbers, emails, physical addresses, passport numbers and identity card numbers. Photo: AFP
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Cathay Pacific should have reported leaks of passengers’ data sooner than it did

  • Hong Kong’s privacy commission is right to criticise the company for the delay and the government should look at bringing in disclosure laws

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Cathay Pacific said the compromised data included passengers’ names, nationalities, dates of birth, telephone numbers, emails, physical addresses, passport numbers and identity card numbers. Photo: AFP
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