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TalkTalk, hit by a massive hack last year, now wants to help people 'protect themselves from online threats'

British telecom company TalkTalk is launching a new initiative to "help more people benefit from digital technology and better protect themselves from online threats." This is the same TalkTalk that was hit with a highly publicised hack in October 2015, which resulted in the theft of 156,959 customers' details, including bank account details, addresses, phone numbers, and dates-of-birth.
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