Indonesia investigates leak of more than two million voters' personal information

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Data breach included names, home addresses and national identification numbers Indonesia is investigating how 2.3 million voters’ personal information was leaked online, the election commission said. The data breach, which included names, home addresses and national identification numbers, appeared to be from the 2014 election voter list, the General Election Commission revealed on Friday. Continue reading... …

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