Timehop admits to more data leakage, details GDPR danger

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Bad actor was inside social network for months without being detected

Nostalgia aggregator Timehop has revised its advice about the data breach it reported earlier this week.

The news is bad in two dimensions, the first of which is that the company has found more data was accessed. Updates to its oops! post has now added “dates of birth, gender [and] country codes” to the list of lost information, in addition to names email addresses and phone numbers. After “closer

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