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Bethesda leaked Fallout 76 customer names, addresses, contact details
Just when you think it couldn’t get any worse for Bethesda, it goes and leaks a load of personal user information to other customers.
The data protection breach happened last night, as customers filing support tickets with Bethesda began receiving support tickets from other people, too – which included usernames, names, addresses and other contact details.
Screenshots posted to Twitter showed customers had somehow been given access to details usually confined to Besthesda’s own internal customer support system – which was full of complaints about those damn Fallout 76 bags that Bethesda is now going to replace.
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