Report: Lady Gaga U.K. Web site hacked

Hackers have reportedly stolen thousands of personal details by breaking into Lady Gaga's Web site, though Universal Music says no financial details were taken.

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Hackers have broken into Lady Gaga's Web site and stolen thousands of personal details, according to the Guardian.

The Swagsec hacker group stole Lady Gaga fans' details on June 27, including names and e-mail addresses. Financial details were not stolen, Universal Music told the Guardian in a statement.

"All those affected have been advised," Universal Music said.

Read more of "Lady Gaga U.K. Web site hacked" at ZDNet UK.

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