Data Breach Within Marriott's Hotel Empire

Associated Press |

BETHESDA, Md. (AP) — The Latest on a security breach inside Marriott's  (MAR) worldwide hotel empire that has compromised the information of as many as 500 million guests (all times local):

The New York Attorney General is opening investigation into a Marriott data breach that may have affected 500 million guests.

In an early tweet Friday, Attorney General Barbara Underwood said residents need to know that their personal information is safe.

Marriott says that unauthorized access to data at former Starwood hotels, which Marriott acquired two years ago, has been taking place since 2014.

The affected hotel brands include W Hotels, St. Regis, Sheraton, Westin, Element, Aloft, The Luxury Collection, Le Méridien and Four Points. Starwood branded timeshare properties are also included.

None of the Marriott-branded chains are threatened.

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