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The personal information of 31 million users of the Ai.type app have been compromised after security researchers discovered an unprotected database online contained the data, BBC News reports. The information included names, phone numbers, locations, and Google queries, although Ai.type Founder Eitan Fitusi said the location data was inaccurate, and that the company has shut down the database. In a blog post, Kromtech Security Center researcher Bob Diachenko described the “shocking� amount of data the keyboard app had collected. Meanwhile, the former employee of a Texas health care organization stole the records of more than 28,000 patients after he was fired, while Henry Ford Health System said 18,500 patients had their personal information stolen in a data breach.
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