Episode 953 – 500 Million Records From LinkedIn Leaked, But It Was Not A Breach

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This week another social media platform had a large amount of user data offered online. LinkedIn had 500 million users’ information put up for sale. However, this data was not gathered through a breach but through scraping. This episode talks about the difference.

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