A misconfigured server exposed facial recognition company Clearview AI’s internal files, apps and source code, TechCrunch reports. Dubai-based cybersecurity firm SpiderSilk found the database, which also included some of the company’s keys and credentials used to access its cloud storage buckets. Founder Hoan Ton-That said no “personally identifiable information, search history or biometric identifiers,” were exposed. Meanwhile, a class-action lawsuit accuses gaming company Zynga Inc. of failing to inform users of a data breach.
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