T-Mobile says data on 40 million people stolen by hackers

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(Reuters) -T-Mobile US Inc said on Wednesday an investigation into a data breach revealed that personal data, including social security numbers and driver’s license information, of more than 40 million former and prospective customers was stolen. The stolen files also included data from 7.8 million existing T-Mobile wireless customers. Dates of birth, first and last names were also stolen, the telecom services provider said, adding there was no indication of their financial details being compromised. The company, which had 104.8 million customers as of June, acknowledged the data breach on Sun…

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