If You're Registered To Vote, Your Data May Have Been Breached
The alleged leak didn't include social security numbers or financial information, according to databreaches.net.
A breach of voter data might have made the personal information of millions of Americans public, according to databreaches.net.
The website says a misconfigured database likely exposed the information of 191 million Americans.
That includes addresses, names, phone numbers and political party. It doesn't include social security numbers or financial information.
The website says it has reached out to law enforcement and the California Attorney General's office.
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