The kidnapping problem in Mexico isn’t exactly a secret; in 2015 there were 1,698 cases of kidnapping.
It’s not wrong to imagine that a database containing the addresses, names, parent’s names, etc.
The data is already for sale online, including sexual preferences, relationship statuses, income, addresses and more.
What’s interesting about this breach is that it actually took place in December 2015, but claimed that it was a test server and was quickly locked up.
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The executives said the Ashley Madison name would endure, though they are moving some focus away from infidelity."We certainly feel that the Ashley Madison brand can be repositioned," Segal said, promising "a vastly different approach to how she is marketed."Millership said they have roughly million to spend on acquisitions or partnerships with like-minded "discreet dating" sites.
But Serge Saumur, a lead plaintiff in the Canadian civil case, is no longer interested.
Have an affair," cost Avid Life Media more than a quarter of its revenue, Chief Executive Rob Segal and President James Millership revealed in an interview, the first by any senior executive since the incident. and Canadian class action lawsuits filed on behalf of customers whose personal information was posted online, and allegations that it used fake profiles to manipulate some customers.55,000,000 voters had their data leaked in the Philippines and 93,424,710 in Mexico.For me, the Mexican data breach is the worse of the two – and not just because of the larger number of records leaked.of every single Mexican civilian could exacerbate the kidnapping situation.Beautifulpeople.com, a site for beautiful people, suffered a data breach this month, leaking the personal data of 1,100,000 members.
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