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a hacker has stolen the personal information of more than a hundred million bank customers in the US and Canada Capital One made the announcement Monday revealing that its customer data including credit scores phone numbers and social security numbers were breached between March and July of this year although the hacker did not get access to credit card account numbers the suspect thirty three year old Paige Thompson has been arrested the former tech worker faced charges in court on Monday a complaint filed with the District Court in Seattle Washington shows that Thompson posted information about the hack under coding platform another user then saw the post and alerted Capital One of the breach the US attorney's office says it's still not sure the suspect's motive according to Capital One the data breach will cost up to a hundred and fifty million dollars this year in legal support credit monitoring and customer notifications shares in the bank fell four percent in late trading