Shalom Life | March 02, 2015

Sacha Baron Cohen, Daniel Radcliffe Among Celebrities With Leaked Flight Details

The U.K.'s Information Commissioners Office has launched a probe after Virgin Atlantic found evidence of an employee suppying celebrity travel info.

By: Sarah Bauder

Published: June 7th, 2012 in Culture » Society » News

Sacha Baron Cohen, Daniel Radcliffe Among Celebrities With Leaked Flight Details
Virgin Atlantic called in Britain’s Information Commissioners Office (ICO) to investigate, after it revealed that one of its employees leaked flight information in April, for more than 70 celebrities to a photography agency.

The ICO, which is a data protection regulator, has launched a probe after Virgin found evidence that the employee supplied London-based agency, Big Pictures, with travel info for Sacha Baron Cohen, Daniel Radcliffe, Rihanna, Russell Brand, and Madonna’s progeny amongst others.

“Following the allegations in the press in April, we voluntarily contacted the Information Commissioner's Office and have fully assisted with their enquiries. Our internal investigation found no evidence that this was anything other than an isolated incident relating to a single member of staff who is no longer with the business. We continue to treat the security of customer information extremely seriously and apologize to the passengers affected," Virgin Atlantic said in a statement to The Guardian.

The airline said it found no further evidence of other employees engaging in such activities. The aforementioned employee, whose identity has yet to be disclosed, resigned from the company.
Madonna’s Israeli Hacker Has Been Indicted Madonna’s Israeli Hacker Has Been Indicted TrendingJustin Bieber Begs Seth Rogen to Roast Him Justin Bieber Begs Seth Rogen to Roast Him TrendingJewish Hall of Fame: David Selznick Jewish Hall of Fame: David Selznick Trending
 

Obama and Netanyahu Duke it Out 'Star Wars' Style [VIDEO]

March 02, 2015 | By Daniel Koren
Obama and Netanyahu Duke it Out 'Star Wars' Style [VIDEO]

In hilarious new video posted online, the two Heads of State battle with light sabres as Darth Vader (played by Obama) and Obi-Wan Kenobi

Read More

Egyptian TV Host: Jews Use the Holocaust to Suck the Blood of Germans

March 02, 2015 | By Daniel Koren
Egyptian TV Host: Jews Use the Holocaust to Suck the Blood of Germans

In a broadcast segment, Gaber al-Karmoty claims mocking the Prophet Mohammad is fine, but the Holocaust is "of limits"

Read More

Canadians Honor Leonard Nimoy With $5 Bills

March 02, 2015 | By Daniel Koren
Canadians Honor Leonard Nimoy With $5 Bills

While "Spocking Fives" has been a trend for years, it's picked up since the 'Star Trek' actor died on Friday

Read More

After 43 Years of Waiting, IOC To Finally Commemorate Israeli Victims of Munich Games

March 02, 2015 | By Daniel Koren
After 43 Years of Waiting, IOC To Finally Commemorate Israeli Victims of Munich Games

International Olympic Committee will honor the 11 Israeli victims of the 1972 Munich massacre at Rio 2016

Read More

Facebook Finally Removes Hamas Page with 2.7 Million Likes

March 02, 2015 | By Itamar Eichner
Facebook Finally Removes Hamas Page with 2.7 Million Likes

Israeli students complain to social media network against page of Shehab News Agency, which shares Hamas' ideology, posting anti-Semitic and inciting content

Read More

Rest in Peace, Mr. Spock. You Will Be Dearly Missed

February 27, 2015 | By Daniel Koren
Rest in Peace, Mr. Spock. You Will Be Dearly Missed

Leonard Nimoy, actor, director, writer, musician, painter, and pop culture icon, dies at 83

Read More

Madonna’s Israeli Hacker Has Been Indicted

February 27, 2015 | By Ashley Baylen
Madonna’s Israeli Hacker Has Been Indicted

Adi Lederman has been officially charged on four counts including computer trespassing.

Read More

'Clueless' Soundtrack to be Released as Yellow and Black Plaid Vinyl

February 27, 2015 | By Ashley Baylen
'Clueless' Soundtrack to be Released as Yellow and Black Plaid Vinyl

The seminal 90's soundtrack is being re-released for the film's 20th anniversary

Read More

More Headlines