Customers are alerted by Google Fi that their data has been hacked
According to TechCrunch, Google has told consumers of its Fi mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) service that hackers were able to access some of their information. The rogue actors, according to the internet giant, penetrated a third-party system used for customer assistance at Fi’s principal network provider. While Google does not specify the provider, Fi is connected through US Cellular and T-Mobile. In mid-January, the latter confirmed that hackers had been stealing data from its networks since November of the previous year.