Chief constable Kavanagh said the police need to find imaginative ways to deal with the fast-moving issue of cyber crime
TalkTalk said the temporary blocking was down to a 'network issue'
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Profits fell to £14 million compared to £32 million a year earlier
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The company says there is no evidence the employees have taken money from customers
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Baroness Harding says Scotland Yard advised firm not to warn customers so detectives could track down culprits
Another 28,000 obscured credit and debit cards were also accessed as well as 1.2 million customer email addresses
A 15-year-old boy was arrested on Monday in County Antrim in connection with the hack
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Police are investigating Wednesday's attack, which TalkTalk said had affected its website rather than its "core systems"
Consumer watchdog Which? has condemned the charges
But there were warnings, and cyber crime is up
Millions of TalkTalk customers could be affected by the data breach