Bad news for iPad owners: 114,000 of their email addresses have been compromised. A group of hackers obtained the email addresses of 3G iPad users through a security hole in AT&T's website. Additionally, they obtained individual iPad identification numbers used to connect to the Internet.
The list of exposed addresses includes military personnel, members of Congress, New York Times execs, the mayor of New York City, and many more prominent figures, not to mention tens of thousands of other users. The security breach came through AT&T's website (not Apple's) and eventually, the group who found the loophole notified AT&T, and it has since been closed.