The spreadsheet of nearly 200 million Americans was left without a password or any other protection. Anyone with Internet access who found the server could also have downloaded the entire file.
The spreadsheet of nearly 200 million Americans was left without a password or any other protection. Anyone with Internet access who found the server could also have downloaded the entire file. howtostartablogonline.net Creative Commons
The spreadsheet of nearly 200 million Americans was left without a password or any other protection. Anyone with Internet access who found the server could also have downloaded the entire file. howtostartablogonline.net Creative Commons

A firm hired by the GOP posted nearly everyone’s voter info where anyone could get it

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