Hackers will be made redundant by Telstra after releasing customers’ sensitive data. Who wants a national ID card?

Telstra has apologised to thousands of Australians who had their details published accidentally online by the communications giant.

The company said the release of the names, numbers and addresses of some unlisted customers was not the result of any malicious cyber attack and was a mistake.

“For the customers impacted we understand this is an unacceptable breach of your trust,” Telstra executive Michael Ackland said in a post released online.

“We’re sorry it occurred, and we know we have let you down.”

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Posted on December 12, 2022, in 5G, Telstra and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 16 Comments.

  1. Hi Editor, Since I was referring to the various ‘alleged hacking’ psy-op being orchestrated here in Australia, aided by the collusion of these organisations – it’s highly unlikely that the “millions around the world” even have knowledge of it let alone would believe it is actually an occuring reality.
    “The millions around the world” are too busy constantly questioning, investigating and ultimately exposing their own globalist perpetrated fear and panic mongering psy-ops.
    They are most definitely not gullibly believing everything that’s rolled out and presented to them as being ‘fact’. This can be evidenced by exploring many international independent sites, forums and blogs.
    So it seems that IF ? a large percentage of the Australian population still do not question and/or see the transparency of this entire psy-op agenda, it unfortunately places Australia “in the minority” globally.


  2. The only way Telstra cound make AMENDS is for Telstra to Lobby the Government ro ABOLISH the National ID card and be done with this ID card which is a disaster re Personal Privacy, hackability, Identity theft etc.Telstra “put your money where your mouth is” and stop playing games.
    Apology is often about nothing without a solid Remedy.


  3. Yeah I dunno mate there are millions around the world who do, does that place you in a minority? Ed


  4. “What a bunch of dopes” some people are for actually believing this entire gaslighting psy-op.


  5. What a bunch of dopes Telstra are. Sounds to me that they are a very unprofessional company to mistakenly send 32,000 Telstra customers details. How does that happen? Incompetence – you bet your life it is!

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  6. I have a feeling all these hacks may have the opposite affect. People are talking and becoming more hesitant to provide any personal details. The powers that be may well have underestimated the public. If they don’t trust these organisations to protect their privacy, them why would they trust a device, an app or a government agency like centrelink? Let’s hope that’s the case anyway and it wakes the masses.

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  7. Spot on! DrLatus Dextro and daviddd2. Incredulous that so many are still falling for this utter BS.


  8. Optus, MediCare, Telstra.
    If you don’t think you’re being gas lit and false flagged, you deserve what’s coming.

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  9. “These Hacker seizures of personal data are being enabled so that sheeple will bleat louder for a secure universal ID verification system.”

    Amen! Nothing like a bit of fear and panic to stampede the sheep to their ultimate destination and purpose.

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  10. lol “If you’ve got nothing to hide you’ve got nothing to worry about”. Wasn’t that how the story used to go? lol

    Except for some of the CN readers and similar, is anybody still awake in Australia? In technology they trust, everyone else can pay through the nose and be happy.

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  11. These Hacker seizures of personal data are being enabled so that sheeple will bleat louder for a secure universal ID verification system. Especially desirable is one that verifies vaxx ID for secure international travel.

    Glad you asked. As it happens Your Leaders already have just the thing – kind of like a universal control grid featuring total surveillance, social credit score backed up by a digital currency. You can order your Uber Eats with complete peace of mind.

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  12. Bahahahahaha as if anyone believes any of these corporate minions.. the corporate governments are totally compromised …

    Liked by 2 people

  13. Cyber polygon ! They have rehearsed for this exact thing ! when they rehearse for these things I believe it is them who is doing it 👉PERIOD

    Liked by 1 person

  14. Apology not enough! Financial compensation is required… $300+ per person would likely be enough to insure you were more careful in the future, IMO!


  15. Sorry????? It was intended

    Liked by 2 people

  16. Unlikely they made a mistake.

    They did so intentionally.

    Liked by 2 people

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