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School Lunch Shaming: A ‘Hidden’ Type of Bullying for Latino Kids

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Here’s every type of data exposed in the Ashley Madison hack

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Share on Facebook Tweet (233) Share (4) Pin There are plenty of ways to look up whether your information has been exposed in the Ashley Madison hack — all you need is an email address. And while that alone certainly speaks volumes, email addresses are just a small sliver of the information found in the nearly 10GB data dump (compressed total file size) containing what looks to be over 36 million Ashley Madison accounts and 9 million individual credit card transactions. The amount of data tied to each account, found across numerous spreadsheets, is as mind-bending as the messy ramifications and may include some (if not all) of the following: Creation date and last updated date, down to the second Account type and membership status (listed as a 0, 1, 2, or 3) First and last name (at least, the one given) and nickname Listed street address, including city, state, zip code, and in some cases even the latitude and longitude lines Up to three phone numbers, including work and mobile (if provided) Gender (approximately 27 million male-identified and 4.4 million female-identified accounts, which is about a 6-to-1 ratio with 2 million undetermined) Date of birth Profile caption (examples include “No Games […]

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