Dixons Carphone admits security breach spilling 5.9 million card details

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Ever shopped in Carphone Warehouse, Currys, Dixons, or PC World? Your personal and payment details could be at risk

Dixons Carphone, the retail chain responsible for the Dixons Travel, Currys, Carphone Warehouse and PC World shops, has admitted a security breach in which card details of up to 5.9 million people ...

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