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BREAKING: Google exported your private data to random people

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Published on 07 Feb 2020 / In Film and Animation

Videos from Google Photos were incorrectly exported to random people requesting their data via Google Takeout in a scandalous bug causing privacy and security nightmare for Google Photo users.

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Sources:
Reddit screenshot of the email Google sent to affected users https://old.reddit.com/r/theha....tedone/comments/eynw
Arstechnica coverage https://arstechnica.com/gadget....s/2020/02/google-pho
From the article: "a security and privacy bug affecting Google Photos users: for a time, it was possible for private videos to be downloaded by unrelated users."

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