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Doesn't surprise me at all.   A while ago I had a problem with AIS Fibre not working. I phoned the contact number and the irritating voice system encouraged me to report it online (real

So that's what the SMS just hours ago from AIS was about. "Your personal data is safe". Yeah right.

A massive database of 8 billion Thai internet records leaks Zack Whittaker   Thailand’s largest cell network AIS has pulled a database offline that was spilling billions of real-time in

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34 minutes ago, DrTuner said:

So that's what the SMS just hours ago from AIS was about. "Your personal data is safe". Yeah right.

I was just there, not a word uttered or SMS , Geezus 

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53 minutes ago, DrTuner said:

So that's what the SMS just hours ago from AIS was about. "Your personal data is safe". Yeah right.

Wow it seems like a whole lot of extra work to go through 8 billion records when all they wanted was YOUR personal data.

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37 minutes ago, SkyFax said:

Wow it seems like a whole lot of extra work to go through 8 billion records when all they wanted was YOUR personal data.

Almost like stalking in the internet, it takes a lot of effort, eh?

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33 minutes ago, bluesofa said:

Hey who's hacked my account and stolen my SMS? I haven't had one so far.

Here's one for you:

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13 minutes ago, DrTuner said:

Almost like stalking in the internet, it takes a lot of effort, eh?

Hey the #1 scourge of the usurper class -- you should be honored.

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4 minutes ago, SkyFax said:

Hey the #1 scourge of the usurper class -- you should be honored.

Why yes, I remember some one saying you're nobody unless you got your own stalker.

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10 minutes ago, DrTuner said:

Why yes, I remember some one saying you're nobody unless you got your own stalker.

No need to stalk -- just punch in the Thailand News section and there you are.

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41 minutes ago, DrTuner said:

Almost like stalking in the internet, it takes a lot of effort, eh?

Not in Thailand.

80% traffic linked to YouTube cats videos, series with hysterical females and men with too much make-up and last game shows with sound effects that would make Benny Hill jealous.

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2 hours ago, DrTuner said:

So that's what the SMS just hours ago from AIS was about. "Your personal data is safe". Yeah right.

And Thailand wants a cashless Society.

Dream on

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1 hour ago, DrTuner said:

Here's one for you:

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Following the link, this is one of the questions they answer:

 

"Q: I’ve been contacted/received SMS from other companies/shops. Did they get my personal data
from AIS?

A: They could get your personal data from any other channels, where you might have left personal data for contact when receiving services, buying products, signing up membership, as well as phishing from various channels, for example. If you do not want to be contacted, please contact the company/the shop who gives you the service directly. "

 

Interesting nothing about the possibility of someone having got it from AIS themselves, as per the OP.

 

 

This is the SMS I mentioned earlier in post #2, with the full-stop/period included in the link:

 

To inform us about unable to connect to the Internet just clicking this link https://newfibre.ais.co.th/ReportProblem/Login.

 

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