The good news: they've taken the site down already.
The bad news: The customer list was crawled by google.
A website owned by Crown Paint is being investigated for a “possible data breach”, after Register readers spotted that the company’s customer database was published in full online. We contacted the firm this morning to alert it to the major data protection snafu on its crowndecoratingcentre.co.uk site, but at time of writing …
"I bought a 5 litre can of mixed paint from your Wellingborough depot on
Tuesday.Arrived home and found all paint on boot floor after lid came
off. Was told my problem as had lrft your depot O.K. Area manager did
re-supply paint however I still have ruined boot liner and paint on car
boot walls. Why no clips put on cans?Not very happy-would like some
redress and cans with clips in future. Please reply asap"
"I've been a thick twat and want you to pay me"
Clearly very good Procedures.
I bet ££££ the ICO will do nothing about this at all.
Nice to see the author of:
"Hi, could you please email me the contact details and email address' of Mr X and Mr Y? I wish to introduce my company to them with the intention of becoming a supplier of security equipment installation, maintenance and monitoring. Many thanks in anticipation of your co-operation."
getting a taste of his own medicine.
Hilarious, now come on, stand up if you have never made an IT mistake, yeah right.
Not only does google cache it but Tiny URL have shortened it.
I liked the brailian girl Daniela, she sounds HOT!
Amazing insight into the crap that people leave on websites, I would l love to see a comedian or radio station call some of these people up and pretend to be Crown.
"Yes Mrs X we know our "breatheasy" paint appeared on BBC Watchdog, it is unfortunate that you have painted it in every room in your house. Unfortunately the fumes have no smell so we suggest you go stay at a hotel on us, yes we will pay for everything and repaint your house too"
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