The New York State Attorneys General office is suing Dunkin Donuts over the fact that thousands of the chain's customers have had their private information improperly accessed. Somehow that's not even the third craziest thing I'm about to tell you. Look, it's been a busy week.
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That donut chain you know from Mark Wahlberg movies is getting sued by the New York state government because someone hacked a bunch of DD card passwords back in 2005.
DoorDash users would do well to review their personal security settings after the company announced this week that it's customer database had been compromised by hackers. Usernames and order histories have been divulged though account passwords have reportedly not been.
I'm confused, do you not want to live in the future?