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Cathay Data Breach - A Sincere Apology?

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    Cathay Data Breach - A Sincere Apology?

    (Please note - this is in the anti-productivity forum..)

    For context - https://geoexpat.com/forum/84/thread...ml#post3598353

    What would be a sincere apology, that would make you feel good about Cathay?

    I would personally feel happy if they published the leaked info for all their board members, on CX's website and told their customers that these board members had been subscribed to the free Experian giveaway, so there was nothing to worry about.

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    Free Asia Miles would be a start.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheBrit
    Free Asia Miles would be a start.
    Was thinking the same, for my mental suffering I would accept 100K Asia Miles
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    Quote Originally Posted by shri
    (Please note - this is in the anti-productivity forum..)

    For context - https://geoexpat.com/forum/84/thread...ml#post3598353

    What would be a sincere apology, that would make you feel good about Cathay?

    I would personally feel happy if they published the leaked info for all their board members, on CX's website and told their customers that these board members had been subscribed to the free Experian giveaway, so there was nothing to worry about.
    Anyone who has suffered from credit card theft in the last 6 months should have more than a generic email to send your case details to.

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    The management need to AT LEAST do the "full bow for several seconds" on TV like the Japanese execs do when they are caught doing something illegal/shameful, etc.

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