- eBay (EBAY) didn't believe for a "very long period of time" that customer data had been compromised following a major cyberattack, exec Devin Wenig has said.
- Wenig's comments follow criticism about the delay in informing users - the assault was discovered in early May but was only made public last week.
- eBay doesn't intend to compensate customers or provide free-credit monitoring, as the company hasn't detected any fraud, Wenig said. That's despite New York AG Eric Schneiderman calling for eBay to offer such services.
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