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Marriott says at least 5.2 million guests' personal information was likely breached - the company's second major security incident in 2 years

2 monthes ago   |   By Business Insider

5.2 million Marriott guests' information wasn't secured properly for more than a month in 2020, the hotel chain said Tuesday, and was possibly accessed by unauthorized persons.
The data that was possibly accessed an outside party includes contact info and loyalty account numbers, but not sensitive details like passport information or credit card numbers.
Marriott and other large hotel chains have been left reeling by the coronavirus pandemic, which has forced mass layoffs and executive pay cuts throughout the industry.
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