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Submission + - Personal Data Of 35 Million South Koreans Stoles (digitizor.com)

kai_hiwatari writes: More than 35 million South Korean had their personal data stolen after two popular South Korean websites were hacked. The two websites hacked are Nate, a web portal, and Cyworld, a social network. Considering the fact that South Korea has a population of around 49 million, that makes for around 70% of the entire population.
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