Honda Canada warns customers of major data breach

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* Data of more than 283,000 customers affected * Company says data not the type typically used for fraud TORONTO, May 27 (Reuters) - The personal information of more than 283,000 customers at Honda Canada has been breached, the company confirmed on Friday. Honda Canada said the stolen data included names, addresses, vehicle identification numbers and in some cases financing account numbers. It said the data was not the type that would typically be used for identity theft or fraud, ...

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