- Jan 28, 2016
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UK betting companies have gained access to a database containing information on roughly 28m children in a huge breach of sensitive government data.
The firms have used the trove of data, which contains names, ages and addresses of children aged 14 and above in schools and colleges across England, Wales and Northern Ireland, to boost the number of young people gambling online.
Not sure how much truth there is in this, but shocking if any firm actually used the data to target children turning 18 or something.