Brazilian authorities start probe as 102 million consumers are exposed in new leak

Brazil’s National Data Protection Authority (ANPD, in the Portuguese acronym) has informed today (11) that it has started an investigation into the country’s second largest data leak of the year.

The investigation relates to the exposure of data relating to more than 102 million mobile phone lines from two mobile operators, which, according to Brazilian news website Neofeed, included names, taxpayer registration numbers, minutes spent on phone calls and other details, including information relating to president Jair Bolsonaro.

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Source: ZDNet