(Advertisement)

Up to 110 million at risk, Target says

70 million added to data-breach tally

Posted: January 11, 2014 at 3:14 a.m.

Steve Tefru, 18, rests his head on a shopping cart as members of his family go through items looking for low prices on Thursday evening at the Target store in Washington's Columbia Heights area. Hundreds of shoppers already were in line when the store opened its doors 8 p.m. Thursday. Illustrates BLACKFRIDAY (category f), by Sarah Halzack and Jeremy Borden (c) 2013, The Washington Post. Moved Friday, Nov. 29, 2013. (MUST CREDIT: Washington Post photo by Michael S. Williamson)

MINNEAPOLIS — Target Corp. said Friday that the thieves who accessed its data system from late November through mid-December also obtained personal information on 70 million customers, an exposure of data that’s well beyond the financial information on 40 million people it initially reported.

This story is only available from our archives.

Front Section, Pages 1 on 01/11/2014

(Advertisement)



« Previous Story

Gostkowski uses tunes in his work

During the week New England Patriots kicker Stephen Gostkowski (3) uses a five-minute video of previous kicks and music to help him prepare for game day.

Stephen Gostkowski sings on the sideline when he prepares to kick. Then he tries a field goal that could win a... Read »

Next Story »

After Education Board debate, west LR charter...

Quest Middle School of west Little Rock can open its doors in August, thanks to Friday’s 6-2 vote by the Arkansas Board of Education to uphold a November decision made by t... Read »