‘This was not a breach’: How Big Tech gaslights the world on data leaks

Vincent Manancourt and Laurens Cerulus report: First Facebook. Then LinkedIn. Now Clubhouse. After data on a combined billion Facebook and LinkedIn users appeared online last week, reports surfaced over the weekend that upstart social network Clubhouse had also leaked reams of user information. But if you think any of the above is a problem, Big Tech has a message for you: You’re the crazy one. Read more on Politico.eu. “Breach.” “Leak.” “Scrape of public info.” If you don’t know what the terms mean, read the article.  If you do know what the terms mean, then don’t let big companies try to convince you that scraped data is not a data security or privacy issue.  DataBreaches.netRead More