Data of 40 crore people of Twitter including Salman Khan, Google’s Sundar Pichai leaked!

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Data of about 40 crore users of microblogging site Twitter has been stolen and put for sale on the dark web. This is one of the big cases of data leaking in Twitter. The hacker has given a sample to prove that the data is genuine. This includes users’ name, email, number of followers, and in some cases, even phone number. This also includes user data of Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Bollywood actor Salman Khan and Google CEO Sundar Pichai.

This week, Ireland’s Data Protection Commission (DPC) announced an investigation into the leak of data of more than 54 million Twitter users at the end of last month. a media Report According to , in the current case of data leak, the hacker has stolen the data of some high profile people as well as the data of the American Space Agency NASA and the World Health Organization (WHO) on Twitter. The hacker wrote in his post, “If Twitter or Elon Musk are reading this, then you are already at risk of being fined by the GDPR for leaking the data of more than 5.4 crore users. About the fine for leaking the data of 40 crore users.” I think.”

The hacker says that he is ready to make the deal through a middleman. He has offered to sell this data. Experts say that the reason for the leakage of Twitter’s data could be some flaw in the API. The scope of investigation by the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) into Twitter’s privacy and data security practices is being expanded. Since Musk’s takeover of the company, fears have increased that Twitter may fail to comply with an agreement reached with US regulators last year in which the company agreed to improve its privacy-related systems. Along with this, the company also had to pay $150 million.

Last month, FTC lawyers questioned two former Twitter executives about their compliance with the rules. Twitter was accused of using private information like phone numbers for advertising, while users were told that this information would be used for security reasons.

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