The personal information of 113,000 Alaskan voters was exposed in a breach of the state’s voter registration system, the Juneau Empire reports. Stolen data included birthdates, license numbers and the last four digits of Social Security numbers, and the breach was conducted by outside actors. Lt. Gov. Kevin Meyer said, “The flaw has been corrected, the purpose of the unlawful access was more to spread propaganda and hurt voter confidence.”
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