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Australia to overhaul privacy laws after massive data breach
Hackers managed to access a vast amount of potentially sensitive information on up to 9.8 million Optus customers - close to 40 percent of the Australian population.A post from the same person in a popular hacking forum claimed to offer the user data for sale for $150,000 and listed an extortion price of $1 million to keep the data private, to be paid in the Monero cryptocurrency.Following one of the biggest data breaches in Australian history, the government of Australia is planning to get stricter on requirements for disclosure of cyber attacks.
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