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United Airlines probing Cruz flight data leak

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United Airlines is investigating who leaked data revealing when Sen. Ted Cruz originally planned to return to his frozen home state of Texas, after facing a barrage of angry constituent “It’s against United’s policies to share personal information about our customers and we are investigating this incident,” the United executive said in a statement provided exclusively to POLITICO. The executive noted that the leaker could be terminated. Tens of thousands of United employees have access to… (www.msn.com) 更多...

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FrankHarvey
Frank Harvey 5
In today's polarized political world if someone was planning to vandalize or burglarize a senator's home it would be useful for the would-be vandal or burglar to know that the senator and his family were out of the country and when they planned to return.

If the senator's office wanted the public to be informed then his office could issue a press release or give the information to inquirers.

But I feel an airline should strongly discourage its employees from sharing this kind of information.
jmadunleavy
John D 3
I imagine there is a policy against releasing any customer information to any party unless that party authorizes it.
I am required to take periodic privacy training. I expect every major company that has a pool of customer personally identifiable information has strict policies on what can and cannot be done with that data.
linbb
linbb 6
Should be automatic that termination as too much is getting leaked many of those leaks need to have the person fired period.
patpylot
patrick baker -6
this was a public service leaking incident, so don't get so huffy about it. Not substantial harm was done here.
jmadunleavy
John D 4
So, Patrick, I am guessing you would be okay if a business you patronize decided to release personally identifiable information about you to the public?
patpylot
patrick baker 0
Love the publicity.......
jmadunleavy
John D 3
Put your address up here. I imagine a rent-a-mob could be assembled to troll you.
mbrews
mbrews 4
I'm reminded a bit about a pre-covid congressional grilling of Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg.

When a senator asked " Could you please give us your personal cell # and disclose the hotel address where you're staying ? Not surprisingly, he declined.

I think the points have been made, that privacy does matter. A lot. Nuff said
patpylot
patrick baker -3
ted has a 2 million dollar house: is it reasonable to surmise this might be in a gated, patrolled community purchased to ted does not have to mix with his public.... So he can remain insulated, away from the riff-raff?
jmadunleavy
John D 7
Irrelevant. It's a policy violation. I do not believe any firm has a policy exception for people you do not agree with.

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