Suspect named in Disney data-breach case

A story in the Orlando Sentinel today has additional details about the criminal case stemming from a sting operation in which a Disney contractor allegedly attempted to sell Disney Movie Club members’ credit card information to a Secret Service agent.

The story was first reported here in Buzzblog on July 11.

From the Sentinel story:

David Haltinner, 25, of Wisconsin was arrested in the case in Wisconsin on May 24 and charged in Nashville, Tenn., with a federal felony of access-device fraud, according to federal officials. Details of the criminal complaint are sealed, however, and officials of the U.S. Secret Service, which ran the sting, and the U.S. Attorney's Office in Nashville have declined to offer details so far.

The letter alerting club members to the breach can be seen here.

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