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Hackers are using the Starbucks apps

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on 25 May 2015

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Transcript of Hackers are using the Starbucks apps

QUOTES
THE STORY
WHY AND HOW DID IT HAPPEN
IMPACT
here is a video to rap up
The hackers use the reused names and passwords from other websites and apply it on the Starbucks app




They steal the money through the Starbucks Gift Card edition




There is a reload button that reloads the money and the hackers take advantage of this


People who will be most impacted
Give Them Credit...
eDITORIAL RESPONSE
THE Article was...
HACKERS ARE USING THE STARBUCKS APP TO SKIM BANK ACCOUNTS AND CREDIT CARDS
By Shweta Swain
article NAME: HACKERS ARE USING THE STARBUCKS APP TO SKIM BANK ACCOUNTS AND CREDIT CARDS

AUTHOR: NICOLE BOGART (TECH REPORTER FOR GLOBAL NEWS)

SOURCE: GLOBAL NEWS (globalnews.ca)

publication date: may 15, 2015 at 10:24 am
Starbucks has been reported that their has been hacking in their Starbucks app

The hackers are stealing money from the costumers that use the mobile app

Costumers are reporting suspicious activity in their Starbucks account
The Costumers - They are losing a lot of money
The Starbucks employes - losing there pay
The Starbucks Company - They are losing money and business
Quote #1 : Maria Nistri said "It was crazy. I was like, what in the world. I was lucky enough to check my email when I did. Otherwise, who knows how much they would have gotten"

Quote #2 : “If a customer believes their account has been subject to fraudulent activity, they are encouraged to contact both Starbucks and their financial institution immediately. Customers are not responsible for charges or transfers they did not make.”
interesting and appealing
really cool
the author did a good job...
sharing the facts
explained clearly
easy to understand
my opinion...
I FEEl bad for the costumers,employes & the Starbucks company
controversial- no
bias - no
Starbucks App - is a app on your phone that lets you buy anything you want from Starbucks online
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This article is an
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
THANKS FOR WATCHING
DISCUSSION QUESTIONS
QUESTION #1 - IF YOU WERE IN THIS SITUATION, WHAT WOULD DO?


QUESTION #2 - WHO'S FAULT IS IT BESIDES THE HACKER (WHY)
- THE STARBUCKS COMPANY
- THE COSTUMERS THEMSELVES
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