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Contact Tracing App Leaked 72K Customers’ Data

The personal information of around 72,000 people was leaked after a data breach of an Atlanta-based company running a contact-tracing app for the State of Philadelphia. Very sensitive information like banking passwords and social security numbers were not leaked. However, the names, phone numbers, and virus status were among the data that was leaked. Employees of the company running the app caused the breach due to not following proper protocol.


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