Hacker News is reporting that Kohls has officially purchased the personal information of all of its customers who visit the Kohls site.
The website is currently offline, but it’s not yet clear what the company plans to do with this information.
The company has made the decision to stop giving out their customers’ personal information to third parties, though it’s unclear exactly what this means.
As of this writing, it’s still unknown what this will mean for customers who are still shopping for jewelry on Kohls.
If you’re an account holder and you’ve used your password to access the website, you may want to re-use it to login and try again.
If you don’t have a password and you haven’t already used a new password to gain access to your account, you can sign up for a free trial of an account on Kohl’s site to get access to the site.
If your password isn’t already on your account but you still want to access your account after it’s been reset, you’ll need to sign up again.
The man was arrested and charged with accessing a person’s information through a third party.
In response, Kohl announced that it was “reviewing our security practices to better protect your personal information.”