Hackers broke into the servers of Zappos, the online shoe store owned by Amazon (AMZN), exposing...
Hackers broke into the servers of Zappos, the online shoe store owned by Amazon (AMZN), exposing the names, addresses, phone numbers and the last four digits of credit cards of ~24M customer accounts. The incident underlines the need for e-commerce sites to maintain transparency and user trust even as they're targeted by hackers.
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