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Samsung Electronics says UK website blunder uncovered information of 150 clients

Samsung Electronics Co Ltd said on Wednesday a “technical error” on its U.K. website briefly uncovered the individual information of around 150 clients.

The South Korean maker said it halted all clients signing into the site after it got mindful of the blunder, which it said has since been settled and just influenced the U.K.

Samsung didn’t say to what extent the information was uncovered.

The mistake uncovered data including names, phone numbers, postal and email addresses and past orders, Samsung said in an announcement to Reuters. It didn’t uncover credit card details, the organization said.

“We will be contacting those affected by the issue with further details,” Samsung said in the statement.

In October, Samsung stated regret after a client revealed issues with fingerprint acknowledgment on its flagship Galaxy S10 cell phone.

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