Personal Data of more than 1.3 million Clubhouse users leaked online

Personal Data of more than 1.3 million Clubhouse users leaked online

The upstart platform seems to have experienced the same fate, with an SQL database containing 1.3 million Clubhouse user records leaked for free on a popular hacker forum.

52% of apps share your data – See the biggest offenders

52% of apps share your data – See the biggest offenders

It should be no shock that social media apps like Instagram, Facebook and YouTube collect the most of your information.Top 10 apps that collect data for their benefit: Facebook Instagram Klarna Grubhub Uber Uber Eats eBay Just Eat LinkedIn Twitter Image: pCloud.

Clubhouse Is Recording Your Conversations. That’s Not Even Its Worst Privacy Problem

Clubhouse Is Recording Your Conversations. That’s Not Even Its Worst Privacy Problem

The app's privacy policy says that Clubhouse rooms are recorded: Solely for the purpose of supporting incident investigations, we temporarily record the audio in a room while the room is live.

Privacy News Online | Weekly Review: February 26, 2021

Privacy News Online | Weekly Review: February 26, 2021

Starting in May, WhatsApp users that haven’t accepted the new privacy policy will no longer be able to send or receive messages.Privacy News Online is brought to you by Private Internet Access, the world’s most trusted VPN service.

Why hot new social app Clubhouse spells nothing but trouble

Why hot new social app Clubhouse spells nothing but trouble

Users can listen in to conversations, interviews and discussions between interesting people on various topics – it is just like tuning in to a podcast, but live and with an added layer of exclusivity.”.

Clubhouse users are teaching each other how to stay private from Instagram

Clubhouse users are teaching each other how to stay private from Instagram

So that’s what’s actually happening here: Logging of when Clubhouse requests information from Instagram; Not Instagram literally recording audio when Clubhouse accesses it.

Clubhouse Security Risk Follow-up: China Is Listening

Clubhouse Security Risk Follow-up: China Is Listening

The Shanghai-based infrastructure supplier of Clubhouse called Agora Inc. raised security concerns that it may provide information to the Chinese government to identify and monitor users, especially for politically exposed personnel.

Clubhouse says it will improve security after researchers raise China spying concerns

Clubhouse says it will improve security after researchers raise China spying concerns

The company told SIO that it was going to roll out changes “to add additional encryption and blocks to prevent Clubhouse clients from ever transmitting pings to Chinese servers” and said it would hire an external security firm to review and validate the updates.

Clubhouse Is Suggesting Users Invite Their Drug Dealers and Therapists

Clubhouse Is Suggesting Users Invite Their Drug Dealers and Therapists

For example, say you have an ex or even a harasser you’ve tried to block from your life, but they still have your number in their phone; if they upload their contacts, Clubhouse will know you’re connected to them and make recommendations on that basis.