The data from companies such as Google, Twitter, AT&T, and Verizon can include GPS coordinates and browsing history.
For at least a few thousand people, Zoom has treated their personal email addresses as if they all belong to the same company, letting them video call each other.
Motherboard wrote basic code to compile lists of videos that users had explicitly marked as private on the app.
The exposed channel names and other information could have related to secretive company projects.
The exposed information from company Front Rush included physical evaluations, post-injury reports, and performance reviews from specific teams for particular players.
It’s possible to scrape the biographical data of thousands of Palestinians from an exposed server.
The move comes after Uber decided not to provide the location data according to a Los Angeles Department of Transportation deadline.
Bethany Christian Services left information about prospective adoptees' "intellectual development" as well as their medical histories and lab results online.
Multiple sources and emails also describe SnapLion, an internal tool used by various departments to access Snapchat user data.