Amazon thinks it's already said more than enough, thank you very much.
Starting on Nov. 20, the Seattle-based behemoth began notifying an unknown number of customers via email that, well, something had happened to their data. Specifically, that those customers' names and email addresses had been "disclosed." But anything beyond that? Haha wouldn't you like to know.
The company declined to comment when asked by Mashable how many customers were affected, what caused the leak, when the leak was discovered, when it was fixed, and to whom or to what the customer data was disclosed.