Onewheel Sent Thousands of Customers’ Private Data to Random Customer

  • Onewheel Sent Thousands of Customers’ Private Data to Random Customer

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    June 10, 2021 at 11:22 AM
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    A company that sells an electric skateboard mistakenly sent a customer the private data of thousands of other customers, including full names, email addresses, and home addresses in what appeared to be an email copy paste snafu.

    On Monday, a customer reached out to Onewheel's online support asking for the link to register his new board for warranty purposes. But instead of sending him the link to the registration form, a support representative replied with a link to a spreadsheet containing responses to that registration form, which included hundreds of customers' private data, Motherboard has learned.

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