Thu November 05 2020
|In case you have Booksamillion books purchased but not yet downloaded|
I got an email from them Booksamillion saying that some of my books need to be downloaded before they expire on November 20. I normally download any books right away after purchase and sure enough, when I signed in and checked my download library on their site, I found that the books that have an upcoming expiration date were all books I purchased and downloaded several years ago.
However, if you think you might have purchased any books from Booksamillion that you haven't downloaded you may want to log in and check your download library in case any of them are about to expire.
In case anyone needs it, here's their Help page about downloading your soon-to-expire books:
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Sat October 24 2020
|MobileRead Week in Review: 10/17 - 10/24|
Thu October 22 2020
|Tom Lehrer has put many lyrics in public domain|
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Sat October 17 2020
|MobileRead Week in Review: 10/10 - 10/17|
Thu October 15 2020
|Barnes & Noble databases hacked|
Barnes and Noble have been the victims of a cyber attack where the attackers gained access to some of their databases.
This means that the names, email addresses, postal addresses, telephone numbers and purchase history of some or all Barnes & Noble customers have probably been obtained by the attackers.
It's unlikely that the attackers have obtained credit card numbers (Barnes & Noble say they have not) but it can't (IMO) be ruled out at this stage.
They have sent out an email to customers:
It is with the greatest regret we inform you that we were made aware on October 10, 2020 that Barnes & Noble had been the victim of a cybersecurity attack, which resulted in unauthorized and unlawful access to certain Barnes & Noble corporate systems.
We write now out of the greatest caution to let you know how this may have exposed some of the information we hold of your personal details.
Firstly, to reassure you, there has been no compromise of payment card or other such financial data. These are encrypted and tokenized and not accessible. The systems impacted, however, did contain your email address and, if supplied by you, your billing and shipping address and telephone number. We currently have no evidence of the exposure of any of this data, but we cannot at this stage rule out the possibility. We give below answers to some frequently asked questions.
We take the security of our IT systems extremely seriously and regret sincerely that this incident has occurred. We know also that it is concerning and inconvenient to receive notices such as this. We greatly appreciate your understanding and thank you for being a Barnes & Noble customer.
Barnes & Noble
1. Have my payment details been exposed?
2. Could a transaction be made without my authorization?
3. Was my email compromised?
4. Was any personal information exposed due to the attack?
5. Do you retain any other information in the impacted systems?
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Tue October 13 2020
|Happy Birthday Kovid|
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Sat September 26 2020
|MobileRead Week in Review: 09/19 - 09/26|
Mon September 21 2020
|Boox releasing 5 new devices|
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