Nearly 25,000 South Australians apply for new driver’s licences in Optus data breach saga | 7NEWS

Nearly 25,000 south australians apply for new driver’s licences in optus data breach saga | 7news

7NEWS Australia published this video item, entitled “Nearly 25,000 South Australians apply for new driver’s licences in Optus data breach saga | 7NEWS” – below is their description.

Almost 25,000 South Australians caught up in the Optus breach have now applied for a new driver’s licence. The government is assuring those worried they could be the victim of fraud, that SA Police has the resources it needs to investigate.

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