Uniqlo, Japans parent company, 460,000 customer information leaks: not involving China

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 Uniqlo, Japans parent company, 460,000 customer information leaks: not involving China


In a statement issued on May 14, Japan Fast Retail said that more than 460,000 customerspersonal information on its brand Uniqlo and GU sales websites had been unauthorized access, which could lead to information leakage. Uniqlo told Beijing Youth Daily on the same day that, after investigation, the incident did not involve Chinese websites and information platforms.

In a statement issued on May 14, Japan Fast Retail said that more than 460,000 customerspersonal information on its brand Uniqlo and GU sales websites had been unauthorized access, which could lead to information leakage. At present, there is no report on the use of relevant information for third parties. Rapid Retail said it had patched the vulnerabilities in related procedures, revoked the login password of the affected account and asked affected customers to reset the login password of online stores. Fast Retail apologized to customers for the incident and promised to prevent similar incidents from happening again.

On the afternoon of May 14, Uniqlo sent a note to the Beijing Youth Daily about the hacker attack on its e-commerce website.

Uniqlo said that the recent hacker attacks on the accounts of Japanese e-commerce websites belonging to Fast Sales Group did not involve Chinese websites and information platforms.

In China, Uniqlo has always strictly abided by the laws and regulations of the state and protected consumerspersonal information and consumption data through strict management processes and technical means.

Uniqlo will, as always, strictly abide by the relevant laws and regulations of the state to provide consumers with a safe shopping environment.

Source: Beijing Headline Responsible Editor: Li Wan_B11284