It’s been a rough couple of months for Alaska’s telecommunications monopoly, GCI.
First, a GCI executive at the company’s Anchorage-based television station KTVA made some extremely insensitive comments. The company cracked down by issuing a six-tweet apology.
Then, GCI was targeted in an email scam in which a third party contacted the payroll department and pretended by email to be a company executive. This move netted the brazen bandit sensitive tax information for more than 2,500 GCI employees.
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