News in brief: cryptocurrency exchange hacked; laptop ban further eased; AA under fire over data breach

Your daily round-up of some of the other stories in the news Bithumb exchange hacked Hard on the heels of the news that users of Classic Ether Wallet had had their wallets emptied thanks to a domain hijacking came news of another cryptocurrency heist, with South Korean users of Bithumb, one of the world’s largest cryptocurrency exchanges, the hardest hit. Bithumb, which is South Korea’s largest Bitcoin and Ethereum exchange, said it would compensate users after the site’s data after announcing that the personal details of more than 30,000 of its users were stolen in a data breach.

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