South African electricity utility Eskom accused of ignoring customer credit card compromise

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Duvha Power Station: One of Eskom's many coal-fired power stations. Image: Eskom
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Duvha Power Station: One of Eskom's many coal-fired power stations. Image: Eskom

Names, addresses, energy usage and even full credit card data exposed online by South Africa's monopoly electricity company

Eskom, South Africa's monopoly state-owned electricity utility, has been accused of ignoring complaints that its live customer database - including credit card and other payment details - has been exposed...

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