It has taken less than six months for the Australian data breach legislation to be shown up as an eyewash, with the data breach at human resource company PageUp People illustrating the shortcomings of the law which some had hailed as being akin to the second coming.

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American social news aggregation, Web content rating, and discussion website Reddit has says someone broke into its systems and accessed user data including email addresses, plus a 2007 database back-up containing encrypted passwords.

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Human resources outfit PageUp People has been publishing information about a massive data breach it suffered on a section of its website, but not linking to it from its home page.

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