EasyJet data breach victims are now being told that their entire travel itineraries were accessed by hackers. The company has also failed to reassure its customers about compensation being paid or offer credit monitoring services. Meanwhile, reports in The Irish News and ZDNet reveal EasyJet will face multiple legal battles following the data breach.
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