DALLAS —The criminal hacking of credit card data from restaurants’ point-of-sale systems has been increasing, despite the industry’s adoption of standards to protect customers’ personal information. Federal prosecutors this month indicted three suspects, two of whom were in jails in Turkey and Germany awaiting extradition, for allegedly stealing customers’ charge card data from computers at 11 of the Dave & Buster’s chain’s ...

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