Livestream is alerting customers that an “unauthorized person may have accessed our customer account database.” The streaming service goes on to say that customer names, encrypted passwords, email addresses, phone numbers and birthdates might have been compromised during the breach.
As many of you know we use the Livestream platform to broadcast weekly from our Mosque in Wembley. Even if you have not received an email notifying you of the breach we urge everyone to change their password urgently.
To get up to the minute notification of when we will be broadcasting live, and to help us out, you can join the Livestream website with only a couple of clicks and follow our page.
This will mean that as soon as we post a new schedule you will be notified by email, and you can also join along with whats happening by using the ‘chat’ facility to ask questions and give us feedback etc.
We are committed to the Livestream service for our broadcasts as it will never show any adverts, and it a very stable system. We pay for the Livestream service on a monthly basis and as our online followers grow this will give us the incentive to move to the next level and add more and more interactive features so that you, the viewer, will feel more and more apart of the Jummah service.